I generally add things to my gnome-menu rather than run them from the "desktop" (in fact, I don't even have nautilus running) Here's how I do that: -- I click the "gnome footprint" icon that's in the lower-left of my desktop. (I assume you have something like that, but I don't really know how your system is configured) -- I go to the "Settings" menu. -- I select "menu editor" -- I highlight the "Favorites (user menus)" section, and right-click it. I choose "New Item" -- Under "Name:" I put: TN5250 profile1 -- Under "Command:" I put: xt5250 profile1 -- Under "Type:" I leave the default of "Application" -- I click the "Icon" button, and find an appropriate icon. There are gnome icons in the source distribution of TN5250 that you can use, but I don't think they're installed anywhere when you "make install" (or use an RPM) so you'll probably want to simply copy them to a folder, and refernece them... or just use some other icon. -- I click "Save" -- I close the menu editor. Now, when I click on my "gnome footprint" in the lower-left, TN5250 profile1 is listed as an item. -- Now that you've done that, you should be able to just drag that icon from your gnome-footprint menu to the desktop. I haven't tried it, but it should theoretically work. There's probably an easier way to do this, and I'm probably not the best person to answer this question, as I'm completely content with a command-line interface :) But, since nobody else had answered you, I wanted to at least give you a response... Good Luck! On Wed, 29 Jan 2003, Jamey Saunders wrote: > Sorry about that...I'm new to this. I'm using Gnome. > > At 04:34 PM 1/29/2003 -0600, you wrote: > > >Which desktop are you using? Gnome? Gnome2? KDE? Windowmaker? FVWM? > >Or....? > > > >On Wed, 29 Jan 2003, Jamey Saunders wrote: > > > > > > That worked great. I got the emulator installed, and I can run it from >the > > > terminal command line. > > > > > > Is there any way to create a desktop icon to run the emulator? > > >
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