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I installed a program (StarOffice 6.0). When setup was finished it informed me that it had added itself to the K-menu, and reqeusted KDE to be restarted so it could finish adding itself. I did so. When I went and looked for the program group, it wasnt there. When I logged in as root it was there. How can I get the program group into the K-menu under my own user?
In the readme as in 5.2 I hope, it explains how to add staroffice as a workstation, i.e. for a user. I can't remember at the moment what it was, but that's what you need to look for. I had the same dilema until I did that.