gnucash does not install a menu entry

Bug #33653 reported by John Steele Scott
10
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
gnucash (Ubuntu)
Medium
MOTU

Bug Description

I was reading the Dapper Desktop Guide today and came across a section about gnucash. It says:

To open GnuCash, type "gnucash" in a terminal, or press Alt-F2 and type
"gnucash". You can add a menu entry for gnucash easily with Alacarte Menu Editor.

Doesn't that just sound stupid? But it's not the doc-team's fault. I've been doing it for years myself with the Alt-F2 method, but I wouldn't expect a "normal" user to do it.

Can we have a menu entry for Gnucash?

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John Steele Scott (toojays) wrote :

After further investigation, I find that there is a desktop file, and it is supposed to be installed, but it doesn't end up in any deb file. Someone needs to add /usr/share/applications to gnucash-common.install.

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Loic Pefferkorn (loic) wrote :

confirmed, thanks for the bug report.

Changed in gnucash:
assignee: nobody → loic
status: Unconfirmed → In Progress
Loic Pefferkorn (loic)
Changed in gnucash:
assignee: loic → motu
status: In Progress → Confirmed
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Florian Boucault (fboucault) wrote :

/usr/share/applications/gnucash.desktop is now distributed in Edgy

Changed in gnucash:
status: Confirmed → Fix Released
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