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Old 09-04-2002, 10:53 PM   #1
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adding application icon to menu

I am very impressed with Debian 3.0. Still fooling around with install configurations.... Want to finalize things....

I installed my latest configuration having "tasksel" install only the x-system and c program support. I installed the rest manually....

When I decided to install Mozilla, and all of its parts, why wasn't its icon added automatically to my KDE (internet) submenu (for both ROOT and USER)?

I did get its icon added (via Appfinder), but that is cheating....

just wondering...

Old 09-05-2002, 08:00 AM   #2
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Root and user are really two seperate users. I switched from KDE to blackbox a while ago but if I remember correctly, there is a user menu file for KDE in your user directory. There will be a corresponding menu file in the root directory (/root not /). Whoever installs it will get the shortcut.


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