Loading programs from Synaptic

Ray Parrish crp at cmc.net
Sun Mar 22 11:36:26 UTC 2009

norman wrote:
> < snip >
>> To get around this, you can always run Menu Editor, and manually add 
>> your new menu items. Firt to get an idea of just how many programs 
>> Ubuntu has neglected to add to your menu, run the following command in 
>> Terminal.
>> update-menus --stdout > ~/menuitems.txt
>> Now open the menuitems.txt file with Gedit [Text Editor on th 
>> Applicaations menu] and start looking through it for software packages 
>> that do not have menu entries on your current menu. When you find one, 
>> open the Menu Editor by right clicking on the menu on your top panel, 
>> and select "Edit Menus" from the small drop down menu.
> < snip >
> I thought I would try this but got an error update-menus command not
> found. I wonder why?
> Norman
Evidently you don't have it installed yet. let me see if I can figure 
out which package it come with. OK, it's installed with the package that 
simply has "menu" for a name.I didn't know how much you were allowed to 
piss in any one configured to wait here, and I'll be right back.. so we 
all came and we will be gone by next year

Came around when we got to the top. To see if we could get around like 
in the old dys. 8-)
I'm just the opposite, I like to go to bed early, and then not sleep 
very long, so I can make it up at an early hour Even if it's been two 
weeks without him. at least joined up with the p with the shed falling 

Later, Ray, Parrish

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