I have recently installed the KDE manager that came with 2.2.6
The path I used was /opt/kde to install in.
I now wonder how to make it find the other files that are required to
start, the FAQ at kde.org said that I should put my path in a file named
"PATH" or "LD_LIBRARY_PATH" but my system doesn't seem to find any of
What am I doing wrong?
FreeBSD generally doesn't use /opt. If you want it to work, though,
you'll need to make these changes to your shell startup file (.profile or
. Add `/opt/kde/bin' to the PATH variable list.
. Add `/opt/kde/lib' to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable. You'll probably
have to add this.
If you use the kde port then it installs in /usr/local/* so no changes are