would be nice to add ~/bin to the default PATH
The Alt-F2 "Run Application" dialog runs applications. However, it seems to have a different notion of what the path is to my shells; more specifically, it doesn't include ~/bin, which I have added to the path in both .bash_profile and .bashrc.
So I can't run my Firefox starter script, ~/bin/ff, by pressing Alt-F2 and typing "ff".
has a massively long discussion with at least ten ways to solve the problem. I have no idea which one is best, or "approved", or won't break any upgrades or cause conflicts.
In Dapper, I solved it by putting the following into .gnomerc:
That line is still there, but doesn't seem to be doing the trick any more.
Can someone who understands this stuff please make this work by default? :-)
|Changed in gnome-panel:|
|assignee:||nobody → desktop-bugs|
|importance:||Undecided → Low|
|status:||Unconfirmed → Confirmed|