I can't locate any Rox app folder. All the filer does is browse my linux fs. And since there is no session manager the only way for me to logout is to turn off the power.

On Fri, Jan 1, 2010 at 4:25 PM, Thomas Leonard <talex5@gmail.com> wrote:
2010/1/1 Scott Robinson <ahkira28@gmail.com>:
> I just installed Rox Desktop onto Debian 5. On the session manager screen I
> have two options for Rox: one labeled Rox and the other Rox-desktop. When I
> log into either one however the only things that appear are: the home icon
> on the desktop and panel, plus two more folder icons on the panel: CDROM and
> hgfs.  I think I am missing something. For instance there is no icon for
> Apps or an icon to end the session on the bottom right. What may I check to
> troubleshoot this?

I can't remember what ROX-Session does by default these days, but that
might be correct. You should be able to find the Apps directory from
Home and drag that and ROX-Session onto the panel...

Dr Thomas Leonard               ROX desktop / Zero Install
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