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Has it shown up in the menu, probably in Internet or System Tools? If so, you can drag the menu entry and drop it on the desktop to give a desktop launcher, which I presume was what you wanted. If it hasn't appeared in the menu, come back and tell us and I'll tell you how to solve that problem.
Last edited by DavidMcCann; 09-05-2011 at 12:28 PM.
You are welcome. Just in case anyone else finds this, and the URL I cited disappears, then it read as follows:
... actually at first I was a bit confuse of how to install konqueror in fedora 10, I kept trying to use command like this
yum install konqueror
but the output is that yum cannot find any package that name konqueror, so after much time searching in the internet I found that there is no package name konqueror in fedora repository. you have to install kdebase if you want to have konqueror in a gnome environment. so I do this
yum install kdebase
and I now have a fully functioning konqueror in fedora 10
Last edited by cheddarcheese; 09-05-2011 at 02:04 PM.