Op di, 12-07-2005 te 14:54 -0400, schreef beartooth:
On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 12:30:11 -0400, I beartooth wrote:
> On a machine otherwise successfully upgraded from FC1 to FC4..., I am
> unable to put the proper icon onto the launcher for Epiphany 1.6.1
> (upgraded from 1.0.8 under FC1 -- where it did have the icon).
> epiphany.png is available from
-- I got a copy, saved
> it to my home directory, and copied it from there as root into both
> /usr/share/icons and /usr/share/pixmaps, because I know the icons that
> show up when you right-click on a browser icon may come at least from
> those files, and also into ~/epiphany/art.
Acting on a hunch, I rebooted the machine.
Epiphany.png now appears in the browser drawer on my panel -- but under
Internet off the Main Menu there is still no icon; and when I right-click
the name and tell it to put the launcher on the panel, I get an error box
saying "Failed to load image web-browser.png" [sic! not epiphany.png --
the other is what I had last, iirc]
It goes on to say "Details: failed to open file
'/usr/share/icons/gnome/48x48/apps/web-browser.png': No such file or
directory." (I didn't hit the delete, nor issue a rm command, in any of my
The way it is now works for me, since I already have the icon on the
launcher where I want it; I hope those who know more may find something
here of interest.
Have you tried reinstalling epiphany? Something like 'rpm -e epiphany;
yum install epiphany'? I don't use epiphany myself, so I can't tell you
any more about this, but I guess the rpm should install the proper icon.
'rpm -ql epiphany' gives you a list of all files contained in the
epiphany package, is the icon in that list? (maybe grep for png or