On Thu, Jul 25, 2002 at 06:17:36PM -0400, Colin Walters wrote: > > If you're particularly suicidal (i.e. you run GNOME2), you can then > > cp -s /var/tmp/debmenu/*.desktop /usr/share/applications > > and all your Debian applications will show up in the GNOME2 menus > > (after enough prodding - you probably will need to log out first). > > Just doing "killall gnome-panel" should be easier. Unnecessary, gnome-panel will rescan the menus if they have changed. -- Joseph Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> Certified free software nut <knghtbrd> is it a sign of mental illness to wander aimlessly through the start map, collect your Thunderbolt, hop in the pool, and gib yourself with it just to see your head buouce when it falls through the bottom of the pool? => <knghtbrd> "You know you're a Quake addict when ..."
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