Linux standalone distibution

Peter Alcibiades palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jan 25 14:38:54 CST 2011


Just checked the latest download of 4.5.2 and that comes with no obvious
icons. There is one machine I sometimes use with gnome on it, and I seem to
recall downloading the graphic, then creating the desktop launcher, and then
linking to the graphic to inconify it.  So yes, a considerately provided
icon type graphic would be seen as a friendly gesture!

Most linux users are also used to setting the executable bit.  Its only a
right click in gnome.  They have to get used to using properties because
attachments often end up read only, and always will be non-executable, so if
you are putting linux in for someone, this is one of the must cover things.
One day I must do a check list of the others.
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