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We have an app divided in two parts, a browser plugin and the actual app. The plugin is used to start our desktop app. These are not open-source.

We want to submit our app to the software center but int the guidelines says that all should be installable in /opt/

If i can not put my plugin in /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/ what can i do?

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You can, however, put your package in /opt and then create symlinks to needed files within directories where they will be found.

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Do you mean to create the links in a script after installation? sorry by the delay!! –  Alejandro Vera Jun 20 at 2:48
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Yes, installation can run post-deployment scripts. You could do that there. –  Volodya Jun 21 at 3:40
    
thanks Volodya! –  Alejandro Vera Jun 22 at 17:47
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