Re: [jasspa] a couple of simple(? and probably silly) questions
- jegunn wrote:
> Thanks much, Jon, and sorry. I did *not* read the release notes and,Jim,
> in fact, started with my .erf file from me99, just like the notes
> said not to do. mea culpa.
> I eagerly await the new source. I have not built me from source before,
> but have all the tools and will certainly give it a go.
> As to the setup, I think I have done it correctly; looks functionally just
> like yours (except that I use bash), and I have things in the right order:
> export MEPATH=$HOME/.jasspa02:/usr/local/jasspa02
> but seemingly whenever I go to user-setup and actually *do* anything
> at all, $HOME/.jasspa02/jeg.emf gets replaced by a trivial file of
> the same name with a fancy header but with no content. ??
> thanks much
I've uploaded a new build (with Linux executable) you
will find it at http://www.jasspa.com/experimental.html
This should fix the problems with the keypad also
you will get some new keys that were previously unmapped.
A bit of a larger job than I expected as my PC went
down and had to re-build a new PC - still gave me the
opportunity to upgrade to Linux Slackware 9.0.
I'm still at a loss as to why you are loosing
your private profile information. At a guess I
would say you have two files with the same name
in a different location. Try the following:-
a) If there is any file called "jeg.emf" in
the main macros directory then delete them.
The only file "jeg.emf", "jeg..." should be in
your $HOME/.jasspa02 directory. (The supplied
macro files should be installed read-only in
b) I assume your login name is "jeg" (or $LOGNAME)
if this is not the case then set the environment
variable $MENAME to be "jeg" in your .profile
shell start up file.
c) Make sure that you are not over-riding the
default names in the "User-setup" window
with something else.
If your find any more problems then let us know
and we will attempt to resolve them.