konaexpress wrote:slax wrote:use command
if you search something specific
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Is this a terminal command?
ongoto wrote:When you have some time to kill, you can also open a file browser and check out /usr/share/applications and find things and see how everything is named Menus are a heck of a lot more fun though, huh?.
konaexpress wrote:Kill me now! OK, I will try it.
Dragynn wrote:But take note that to drag files into system folders, you will need to open the destination folder as administrator (right-click and the option is there in context menu).
konaexpress wrote:Whoowee! Had a hard time making up their minds didn't they?
konaexpress wrote:I can see that I am going to have a love/hate relationship with you.
All this started when I was trying to find a program on the hard drive so I could make a shortcut for it on the desktop or in the dock. I had no idea where to tell it to find the program and I still don't!
I can see why synaptic is a cool program, it will save my butt.
melodie wrote:Dragynn wrote:But take note that to drag files into system folders, you will need to open the destination folder as administrator (right-click and the option is there in context menu).
I would suggest not to do that. Who wants to play with the file system in a way such that it can get broken ? konaexpress just arrived under Linux, and needs not to start bad experiences !
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