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Postby ralcocer » 12 Sep 2015, 15:47

there is no menu item when you right-click on RPM files, there is one for Debian, I am new to XFCE , how can I make one.
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Re: RPM files

Postby beny » 12 Sep 2015, 21:25

pclos have a thunar pkgutilities this is a link to the rpm package: http://rpm.pbone.net/index.php3/stat/4/ ... h.rpm.html see if you have the same thunar version before convert it
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Re: RPM files

Postby brokenman » 12 Sep 2015, 23:10

There is a command line option: rpm2xzm /path/to/module.xzm
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Re: RPM files

Postby ralcocer » 13 Sep 2015, 00:23

I know there is a command line option, but why there is a gui option for .deb I right click and not one for .rpm, just show me how to do it and I will go my merry way.
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Re: RPM files

Postby brokenman » 13 Sep 2015, 01:29

Sorry. I didn't really read your post correctly.

1) Open file manager
2) Edit / Configure custom actions

Now to see how to enter the correct syntax
3) Select deb2xzm
4) Click edit button on right
5) Analyze the commands
6) Create a new action for rpm2xzm

The script for this is at: /opt/porteus-scripts/context-menu/convert_rpm
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Re: RPM files

Postby ralcocer » 13 Sep 2015, 12:48

Thanks
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