Posted: Wed 30 Jan 2013, 17:55 Post subject:
How to make a desktop shortcut start Chrome? Subject description: I have to start Chrome from a console
Not finding anything on this, my searches haven't helped.
Running Lucid Puppy on a thinkpad x100e.
Having installed Chrome, it did not provide any menu entries or shortcuts anywhere. I can't find a google chrome directory anywhere in the filesystem. Strange to me but whatever- I'm trying to run chrome- work to do and all.
I run chrome by opening the console and running:
it's great. I just want to make a desktop shortcut. a keyboard shortcut would be cool too.
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Posted: Thu 31 Jan 2013, 03:49 Post subject:
For what its worth I would use thr rox filer and navigate to the binary in /usr/bin chrome whatever
drag it over to the desktop and it will ask you what to make . Choose link relative I think (not too sure on what link absolute does).
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