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How do mandrake menus work? - Linux Setup, Configuration & Administration

Hi all, can anybody tell me (or give a reference for) how mandrake menus _exactly_ work? I know they are based on debian's menu system, but I also now that there is some hack by mandrake. Yet, in /usr/share/doc/menu I can find no trace of this hack: it only says about original debian system. Apart from this, which I would understand, a practical problem is that I installed openoffice 9.1, in place of the original oo included in mdk 9.0. In principle, oo menu for kde should be automatically generated, but this is not the case: I guess that it ...

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    Default How do mandrake menus work?


    Hi all,

    can anybody tell me (or give a reference for) how mandrake menus
    _exactly_ work? I know they are based on debian's menu system, but I
    also now that there is some hack by mandrake. Yet, in
    /usr/share/doc/menu I can find no trace of this hack: it only
    says about original debian system.

    Apart from this, which I would understand, a practical problem
    is that I installed openoffice 9.1, in place of the original oo included
    in mdk 9.0.
    In principle, oo menu for kde should be automatically generated, but
    this is not the case: I guess that it would in the case of plain kde
    menus, not in the case of mdk menus.
    Is this right? How to fix this?

    TIA

    Fabio


    Fabio Guest

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    Default Re: How do mandrake menus work?

    On Sat, 22 Nov 2003 10:40:37 +0000, Fabio wrote:
     
    Why not upgrade to Mandrake 9.2 which contains OO 1.1

    I don't think that OO can have yet advanced to 9.1 yet unless you mean
    0.9.1

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    Neil
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    Neil Guest

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    Default Re: How do mandrake menus work?

    Il Sat, 22 Nov 2003 13:16:19 +0000 (UTC), Neil Ellwood ha scritto: 
    > Why not upgrade to Mandrake 9.2 which contains OO 1.1
    >
    > I don't think that OO can have yet advanced to 9.1 yet unless you mean
    > 0.9.1
    >[/ref]
    Sorry, I was meaning OO 1.1
    Of course OO 9.1 doesn't make any sense!

    On the other hand, the fact that I don't have oo menu automatically
    inserted in kde is not a good reason, to me, for an upgrade. ;-)

    Bye

    Fabio
    Fabio Guest

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