I also use RedHat 7.3 and Gnome. Do like this to create a shortcut:
1 - Log in as Root
2 - Into Gnome menu, go to programs >> settings >> menu editor
3- There you might be able to see your programs and it's trees. Click "Add New Item" whereever you want
4 - You will be prompt to fill in some things. I did like this:
Name: Mozilla 1.4
Comment: Mozilla Web Browser
That's how I did and you can do as you wish. Just make sure that the "command" is the right location of your Netscape bin file.
5 - If you now go again into Gnome menu, you will find the entry you've just created for Netscape. You can test to see if it works.
6 - Log out and log in as user. Now to create a shortcut into the taskbar:
click anywhere in the taskbar and choose >> panel >> add to panel >> launcher from the menu >>
Simply choose the entry you've created before...
Even if I've used Mozilla, instead of Netscape, this should work fine for you. Just make sure you typed the right address into the command when you've created the shortcut. (see step 4)
You've typed like this:
If you do like this in the command (see step 4) It will not work. The right localtion starts with "/"
That's the right location. If you are not sure where you've installed your netscape, run this command into the konsole:
Last edited by Mega Man X; 05-17-2003 at 09:14 PM.