You probably do not need to use the openapp command. I am not a BSD
user but on Linux you can use the name of the application (they have
been installing symlinks for a while). to run GWorkspace just type
GWorkspace, capitalization is important and many GNUstep apps use
CamelCase. You may also try "open GWorkspace" and if all else fails
go inside the directory GWorkspace.app and use ./GWorkspace or
whatever the executable is.
> I tried to run an app with the command: openapp in windowmaker on a
> 8.0 machine.
> Then : openapp: command not found appeared.
> Does anyone knows how to solve the problem?
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