Thursday, March 11, 2010

Explain How To Sort The Programs Of Both GNOME And KDE On Alone

Many of you, and the installation of the KDE interface is used, while Gnome and vice versa

It is also disturbing mixing programs cladding so I will give you the answer, that Gnome programs will be separate from other KDE and vice versa

And the method is as follows:

1 - Installation of package gnome-menu-extended: function separate programs on KDE and Gnome interface which will be allocated a separate sub-list of programs when you install KDE This package as the picture:



Downloads :
Download Gnome Menu Extended 1.2 for Linux - A menu for the GNOME desktop with KDE and OpenOffice.org submenus for Gnome 2.10 or later. - Softpedia



Package available for both: Ubuntu, Fedore, slackware, you can also built from the source

2 - Installation Package K Menu Gnome: function to separate programs on Gnome and KDE interface where you will be allocated a separate sub-list of programs when you install Gnome this package

Image to confirm that the packages work on KDE 4.x


Downloads :
Download K Menu Gnome 1.2.1 for Linux - K Menu Gnome project is a K Menu with Gnome folder and extra icons for KDE 3.2 or later. - Softpedia

 

Are available for each of the beams: Ubuntu, slackware, you can also built from the source
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