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hey this is my 1st post : )...anyway i haven't used fedora but i guess u probably right click on the menu button and click on properties...is there some sort of control center or a system settings place?
What -exactly- do you want to do to the menu? The word "configure" is a little vague.
I've never seen Fedora, but I'm assuming (yeah, I know) that it doesn't actually have a main menu of it's own. Instead, it probably loads a separate graphical user interface like Gnome or KDE, and it's that GUI's main menu you want to configure. In Gnome, I can right-click on the menu and then click on "Properties".
Menu editing is desables by defualt settings only.... defualts can be changed.
> Apparently menu editing is disabled by default. To enable it:
> (as root)
> cd /etc/gnome-vfs-2.0/modules
> mv default-modules.conf default-modules.conf.without-menu-editing
> cp default-modules.conf.with-menu-editing default-modules.conf
> Then the next time you start gnome you should be able to edit the apps
> menu by either normal method: right-click on the menu item you want to
> edit, or go to the location "applications:///" in a nautilus window, and
> rearrange things there.
newbie q:how to. Mai tea aga mul on sulle yx kyssa...
kle. Mul probleeeeeeem, pika ee-ga. Sihuke jama, et lasin mandrake peale, aga paadunud win32 kasutajana ei oska mitte s...agi(vabandust sõnavara pärast). Näiteks, kuidas programme tööle panna. Ainus mida oskan on internetti minna. Kui sul aega on, võiksid miskisugusele newbie lehele vidata, või ise natuke selgitada, aga sellele kyssale tahass küll vastust saada... Mis arvuti see on, millel ma midagi teha ei oska?
a:Pentium 100 ati 64 MB graf kaart
Õige vastus B, muudega, kui muud üle ei jää, siis lahti ikka oskan lammutada.