[manjaro-general] downloading files

Philip Müller philm at manjaro.org
Tue Jul 22 23:23:53 CEST 2014

Hi Jozien,

I still don't get your question here. Why not installing Seamonkey with 
pacman as you should do with all other packages?

sudo pacman -S seamonkey

Then you can configure seamonkey do download your files to what ever 
folder you like downloads should go to. Or do I miss something here?


Am 22.07.2014 22:06, schrieb Jonathon Fernyhough:
> On 22/07/14 21:03, Joe Zien wrote:
>> Hi Phillip,
>> Thanks for your reply.
>> I went on google.com and tried to download seamonkey but it did'nt download
>> to my download directory.
>> It is a *bz2 file and you have to untar and uncompress it before you can
>> use it.
>> Other distros just download to my Downloads directory.
>> jozien
> Hi Jozien,
> Which browser are you using to access Google? You should be able to
> check its preferences to find out which directory it's placing
> downloaded files into.
> Best,
> Jonathon
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