When I installed my Mandrake 9.1 and booted into KDE, you have a "start" menu where there are programs and other things. Much like in "Windoze" you can click on this "start" button and open up an application or some other type of utility.
But, if you install a "new" program that is not included with the distribution, such as aMSN, or Adobe Acrobat reader you do not get a new short cut on the "start" menu. You have to go to the console and type in the name manually for the program to start.
Is there a way to get these type of applications to create a "start" menu shortcut during the install.
If not, does the application have a place for the ICON to place a shortcut in the start menu manually?