I'm just new to this list, I searched the archive for similar postings, but
didn't find anything.
I've been using kde for a couple of years now, first from redhat
distributions and later fedora. Currently I'm using fedora core 4.
My questions is about the K menu in FC4. I find it very cluttered and
For instance, to change a setting of some kind, you have to look in:
Preferences, system settings, system tools or Control center.
I think, although I realise matters like this one are very subjective to
personal taste, that this should be made more clear.
A start would be to group all programs into a less number of main
categories: Applications and Settings for example. In there you could make a
more subtle separation.
Bottom line of this posting is, is there anyone or a group actively involved
in this stuff? I'd like to help a little if I could.
ps. i'm also a compiler designer, so if need be I could help out with more
than just ideas
Helloes to all.
I'm currently working on a little projet to get RHGB running on my gentoo.
So, can anyone please send me a complete copy of /etc/rcd and /etc/init.d? I
don't have a RH-based system at home, and so sorry, but I don't want to have
Thanks in advance.
We would like to set up an account with a limited, captive
environment. Basically we want the account to run an application when
a user logs into it, and limit the user to only interacting with the
Any ideas, or suggestions about where to look for information on
doing something like this?