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Old 03-24-2012, 07:28 PM   #1
gallicbear
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Cannot run kcm-grub2


Does anyone have experience with kcm-grub2? I installed it 3 times already, under Fedora 16. It is nowhere to be found. The third time I download it from the ksmanis repo. And the install process even said that that it had updated it. How can I run it? I would expect to see it among the applications. For instance I also installed gnumeric today and it put it under applications/office. There is no problem seeing it. But kcm-grub2 nowhere to be seen. Not even in the /bin directory. Any tips? Thanks in advance.
 
  


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