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I have Fedora 8 and I have Celestia installed. Does anyone know where this is located? I am trying to install some add-ons for it and cannot find the directory ...
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    Celestia Location


    I have Fedora 8 and I have Celestia installed.
    Does anyone know where this is located? I am trying to install some add-ons for it and cannot find the directory the program is installed to.

    I have checked /home/Username directory and I am just not seeing it.

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    hi,


    if you installed it with the default settings ,then start it as follows
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    /usr/bin/celestia
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    you can also check the location by running
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    whereis celestia

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    Thank you both,
    I found the executable in /usr/bin and then the directory where I need to send the add-ons is /usr/share/celestia found that with whereis celestia

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    Getting files Moved

    How do I move the add-on files into /usr/share/celestia/extras? I need to be logged in as root to do this, and I do not know the move command from terminal?

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    hi,


    you use the mv command

    suppose that the add-on files are in /path/add-on and the /usr/share/celestia/extras exists you do it as follows
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    mv /path/add-on/* /usr/share/celestia/extras/
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    Thank you, that will be a lot better than the cp command I used earlier this morning. This way it is just moved rather than copied.

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