From: Sebastian Schulze <ses@mt...> - 2004-06-24 01:05:50
I just installed lazyfs and zeroinstall from sources.
After getting rox-session, etc. I logged into my new rox-session with gdm,
but the panel at the bottom just shows a broken link called "Debian"?
I saw Screenshots with the Debianmenu, and want to know, how i get this?
I want a menu that shows all my debian-apps...
Tried suxpanel, but this one only imports my Gnomemenu (which is only a
small amount of my Deabianmenu (which was shown under Gnome, though).
Please, help me!
From: Thomas Leonard <tal00r@ec...> - 2004-06-24 14:20:51
On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 03:05:38AM +0200, Sebastian Schulze wrote:
> I just installed lazyfs and zeroinstall from sources.
> After getting rox-session, etc. I logged into my new rox-session with gdm,
> but the panel at the bottom just shows a broken link called "Debian"?
Did you previously install the Debian packages? It sounds like this is an
old panel (ROX-Filer won't create a new one if one already exists).
Delete ~/Choices/ROX-Filer/pan_Default if it exists, and log in again...
If that doesn't work, post the contents of pan_Default here.
The default panel is created by this shell script:
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From: Jan Wagemakers <janw@ea...> - 2004-06-24 14:30:46
Sebastian Schulze <ses@...> schreef:
> I want a menu that shows all my debian-apps...
You can try to download <http://www.janw.easynet.be/tmp/rox> and copy that
file to "/etc/menu-methods/". Then run "update-menus". After that you can
go to "/usr/apps/Debian/" where you can find AppDirs for the X11-programs
that are installed on your system.
This file was present in the rox.deb's. Note that this file is old and ugly
and could probably be improved.
Hope this helps you...
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