El 29/1/21 a las 3:35, H escribió: > On 01/28/2021 11:46 AM, jtj at tssystems.net wrote: >> El 28/1/21 a las 16:52, H escribió: >>> Is anyone running Telegram on CentOS 7? I see that it seems to be available as a snap and also in the getpagespeed repository. I try to avoid snap apps but am not familiar with the latter repository. >>> >>> Does anyone have experience with either source for the program? >>> >>> _______________________________________________ >>> CentOS mailing list >>> CentOS at centos.org >>> https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos >> I'm running the binary from the official web without problems >> >> https://desktop.telegram.org >> >> >> >> _______________________________________________ >> CentOS mailing list >> CentOS at centos.org >> https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos > Thank you, I just installed it and it seems to run fine. However, I then moved the application to another directory but I am unable to edit the location of the application the entry in the Internet menu in the Mate desktop on CentOS 7. > > For some reason it is in the menu system (but cannot be used to launch the application since I moved the binaries) but when I try to edit this menu this entry does not show up among the entries available to edit/move/delete (and hence cannot be edited)... > > Is this a bug? Can i force the menu system to reinitialize to correct this? (I cannot reboot the system) > You're welcome Don't know about Mate, in Gnome i have it in Internet menu. Before i started it by terminal :-). I installed in in /opt/Telegram and changed owner.group to me to allow it update.