Putting security-based applications as a separate menu entry rather than in Accessories

Sebastian Heinlein glatzor at ubuntu.com
Thu May 17 08:17:40 UTC 2007


Am Donnerstag, den 17.05.2007, 00:49 +0530 schrieb shirish:
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> Hi all,
>      What do you guys think of putting things like keyring manager,
> GPA (GNU Privacy Assistant), Seahorse, and other security-based
> softwares in a separate menu entry titled Security where all
> security-based tools including tools for SELinux are there.I know you
> guys don't like big menus but I feel it would be a good idea to have
> that. Please lemme know what you guys think about that?

The default installation would only ship one app in that menu, so it
would only be a waste of space on most systems. But you are free to
adjust the menu to your needs using the menu editor.

Cheers,

Sebastian
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