adding items to the k menu
roboticgolem at gmail.com
Tue Oct 5 02:15:45 UTC 2004
I didnt catch the original post for this thread, but I know I've had
problems with the menu editor and a guy here helped me with a bit of
info that fixed my problem.
~/.config and ~/.local, then log out and log back in.
Then the menu editor should work again. Least that worked for me.
On Mon, 4 Oct 2004 15:56:06 +0100, Stuart Sears <stuart at sjsears.com> wrote:
> On Sunday 03 October 2004 00:02, Paul C D Dann wrote:
> > On Saturday 02 Oct 2004 15:03, Jaime Davila wrote:
> > For me kmenuedit doesn't work on FD2 (I have the "Official" version) - it
> > really is a pain. I'll just have to try KDE 3.3.
> if you do (and I have) be prepared for issues wiht needing to upgrade
> openoffice (or at least install their version) and quite a few other packages
> to make kde-3.3 work properly.
> They have an apt/yum repository - just visit kde-redhat.sf.net to see the best
> settings for you.
> it will also complain about file clashes between redhat-artwork and qt/kdelibs
> (or was it base? one of them anyway) but these appear to be only .desktop
> files, so --replacefiles works fine.
> of course this is if you do all these things manually.
> if you don't (ie use apt or yum) just be prepared for a _lot_ of downloads.
> OTOH you will get juk included in kdemultimedia which is (IMHO) a far better
> mp3/ogg/etc jukebox app than rhythmbox will _ever_ be - RH seem to rip out
> juk from their version...
> Stuart Sears RHCE, RHCX
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