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K Menu Gnome (Debian package)

   1.2.3  

KDE Improvement

Score 78%
K Menu Gnome (Debian package)
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K Menu Gnome (Debian package)
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K Menu Gnome (Debian package)
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  29406
Submitted:  Nov 5 2005
Updated:  Mar 24 2010

Description:

This project is officially discontinued. Only kept for the record.

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K Menu with Gnome folder and extra icons for KDE 3.2 or later.

If you install both KDE and Gnome then K Menu will become a mess with overpopulated submenus. Some distributions try to solve this by hiding many Gnome apps in KDE and most KDE apps in Gnome. I do not like that. I want to access Gnome apps in KDE and KDE apps in Gnome. So this is my attempt to both maintain desktop interoperability and unmess the menus.

Why should one install both KDE and Gnome at all? You might be sharing your machine with somebody who prefers the other desktop, or you might be a desktop junky like I am.

Menu Structure

KDE apps are left where they are. GNOME apps are moved into Gnome. Applications that require neither KDE, nor GNOME are moved into $CATEGORY/More.

Installation:

1. Save as kmenu-gnome_1.2.3-1_all.deb
2. dpkg -i kmenu-gnome_1.2.3-1_all.deb


Known Issues

K Menu Gnome only works as expected with an unmodified K Menu. If you have already edited your menu with KMenuEdit or added Windows applications to the menu with Wine/Crossover/Cedega then you should only install K Menu Gnome if you know how to handle menu customization conflicts. Per-user menu customizations are stored in ~/.config/menus.


I am no longer a desktop junky so this is the last release of K Menu Gnome. It was fun while it lasted.




Changelog:

Release 1.2.3

* Excluded CantorPart from Lost & Found
* Excluded fedora-lxappearance.desktop from Settings
* Emptied Electronics directory in fedora-administration.patch to avoid conflict with FEL electronics-menu
* Updated/added Arabic, Assamese, Bengali, Breton, Chhattisgarhi, Crimean Tatar, Dhivehi, Dutch, Galician, Guarani, Hausa, Hindi, Icelandic, Igbo, Indonesian, Italian, Latvian, Low Saxon, Marathi, Punjabi, Romanian, Serbian, Sinhalese & Yoruba translations



License:
GPL+LGPL

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 YES

 
 by etniesbmx on: May 4 2007
 
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this is the best!


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 Just wondering...

 
 by shame on: May 22 2007
 
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If I install this then install a new gnome app would I need to re-install Kmenu gnome?
Or will future gnome apps installed automatically be placed into the gnome menu?
I should point out I'm using kde but I have quite a lot of gnome apps installed but not the whole of gnome, does that make a difference?


My beryl-svn daily repository for sidux/debian-sid
http://shame.tuxfamily.org/repo/

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 Re: Just wondering...

 
 by ariszlo on: May 24 2007
 
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No, you don't need to reinstall it. Most Gnome apps will be recognized as Gnome apps but the categorization is not 100% accurate. Should you find any miscategorized apps, I would be more than happy to fix their categorizations.

Technically, it goes like this. Applications that list GNOME in the Categories fields in their *.desktop files are categorized as Gnome apps. Applications that identify themselves as KDE apps are categorized as KDE apps. All other apps are classified as other apps and are listed in $CATEGORY/More_Applications.


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 disable apps also?

 
 by greg0g on: Jun 1 2007
 
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After installing this package and rebooting (for something else) I can not run some apps inside of kde anymore. Some are gnome specific (terminal) but also others are not (VLC player and EasyTag).

Is there anything in this package that would make the running of non-kde apps impossible?

And, if so, how can I undo what it did?

Thanks,

greg


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 Re: disable apps also?

 
 by ariszlo on: Jun 1 2007
 
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No, kmenu-gnome does not do anything like that. What it does is similar to moving your icons around the desktop. When you click on the icon of an application, it does not matter whether the icon is in the top-right corner or somewhere else.

Chances are that you might have partially upgraded your system and the libraries that vlc and gnome-terminal try to load are either too new or too old for them.

Try this:

apt-get update
apt-get upgrade vlc gnome-terminal

If it does not help then try to launch vlc and gnome-terminal from Konsole and read the error messages to find out what they miss.


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 works on lenny?

 
 by danf1979 on: Aug 11 2007
 
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I'm using debian lenny, and I have installed kmenu-gnome_0.6.6-1_all.deb. I have installed some gnome apps, but one of two things happens:

1) The application is found on the "Debian" menu only

2) The application is found on the KDE usual "More applications" submenu.

This is the case of, for example, gtodo (More applications submenu), and file-roller (Debian menu only).

Is this package mantained?


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 Re: works on lenny?

 
 by danf1979 on: Aug 11 2007
 
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Oh, sorry, I have to say that for some apps it actually works ok. This is the case of, for example, epiphany, eye of gnome, gnome system monitor. So it does actually work for some gnome apps.


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 Re: works on lenny?

 
 by ariszlo on: Aug 11 2007
 
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Thanks for your comment. K Menu Gnome detects GNOME apps by the Categories fields in their *.desktop files. gTodo does not list GNOME in the Categories field of gtodo.desktop so it has to be manually moved into Gnome, which I will do in the next release.

As for File Roller, it is listed as Archive Manager (Gestor de archivos comprimidos) in Gnome/Accessories. Applications may be listed under different names in the K Menu and the Debian Menu. KDE takes the menu entries from /usr/share/applications (and its subdirectories) while the Debian Menu uses /var/lib/menu-xdg/applications/menu-xdg.


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 Re: Re: works on len

 
 by danf1979 on: Aug 11 2007
 
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Thanks for your reply. Another gnome app that is in the "More applications" KDE submenu is "sagasu", under utilities.

sagasu
- GNOME tool to find strings in a set of files

Thanks again, great tool!


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 Re: Re: Re: works on

 
 by ariszlo on: Aug 12 2007
 
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Thanks. I will move it into Gnome, too.


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 Kbfx

 
 by Cyan on: Sep 15 2007
 
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Hi. Will this work with Kbfx too? Thanks


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 Re: Kbfx

 
 by ariszlo on: Sep 16 2007
 
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Yes.


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 KDE 4

 
 by AbsintheSyringe on: Jan 17 2008
 
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I love it, as well as your "Debian Menu Icons" these two simply kick ass.

However, I'm planning to move to KDE4, so what's the situation with "K menu Gnome" and "Debian Menu Icons" on KDE4?

I really don't wanna be on KDE without these :)

Keep up the good work.


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 Re: KDE 4

 
 by ariszlo on: Jan 18 2008
 
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Both are on my todo list but I am too busy at work this January so do not expect a release until February or March.


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