Well with PB , if I try to install the software under console root session , Brain will install his files somewere it require the SU rights . After that , when logged under no SU session you will not be able to use PB.
( A) So I should install PB using a standard user console that it will install it's files in /home/MyUserName/PersonalBrain . This way you can use PB with a no SU session . This installation mode is not normal in unix world but I take in consideration that this is a beta version and that the final installer is not build at this stage. When doing (A) , I was able to use PB properly but not open though folder ( as your link ) then I decided to remove completely the old version to install the new beta. But now I get the same message than under OSX ( see my post ) . Brain is trying to open it but do not find the path . I of course know what is a hidden file in unix and so I did erase the preference file to re-initialize PB ( I used shell as I forgot that konkeror can do that ) . The re-initialization was done successfully but , the problem is still persistent. I did notice the same problem under mac OSX . My first conclusion was that they certainly are something wrong, somewhere which give to PBrain to go to get something following a path which do not exist any more. I suppose it kept somewhere the information of first path of the first brain I did with the previous version but maybe I'm wrong Anyway I'm not a developer so I have minor chance to solve this problem by myself, so I will just wait for Harlan advice to solve this problem .
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