The way Gentoo's Portage installer put the community edition on my system, I can start it directly from the KDE start menu, where I get a nice Icon under the Office submenu, and all the program files live in program space, not in my /home directory (IMHO executables shouldn't be stored in /home)
From poking around in the file system, it appears that currently, the QCAD executable is in /usr/bin, and the rest of the files are in /usr/share
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find / -name "qcad*" -print /usr/qt/3/etc/settings/qcadrc /usr/bin/qcad.bin /usr/bin/qcad /usr/share/doc/qcad-220.127.116.11 /usr/share/doc/qcad-18.104.22.168/cad/img/qcad1_open_t.png /usr/share/doc/qcad-22.214.171.124/cad/img/qcad1_attributes.png /usr/share/doc/qcad-126.96.36.199/cad/img/qcad1_open.png /usr/share/doc/qcad-188.8.131.52/qcaddoc.adp /usr/share/qcad-184.108.40.206 /usr/share/qcad-parts /usr/share/applications/qcad-qcad.desktop /usr/share/pixmaps/qcad.xpm
Likewise, how should I install the parts library for the pro-edition?