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mhe

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installed software on desktop edition
« on: April 06, 2015, 21:07:26 PM »
In the filelist here: http://download.plop.at/ploplinux/4.3.0/sources/file-list.txt are all available buildscripts, but is there a list of installed software for the desktop edition?

I ask this because I was trying to change the keyboard layout through the menu and there was no tab for keyboard layout.
Is xfce-addon not installed on the desktop image?
« Last Edit: April 06, 2015, 23:40:33 PM by mhe »

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Re: installed software on desktop edition
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2015, 05:19:40 AM »
In the filelist here: http://download.plop.at/ploplinux/4.3.0/sources/file-list.txt are all available buildscripts, but is there a list of installed software for the desktop edition?

this is the list of all installed programs (the build scripts are not included in the list) + the server programs that are not in the desktop/live version. the programs in the live version are the same as in the desktop version.


I ask this because I was trying to change the keyboard layout through the menu and there was no tab for keyboard layout.
Is xfce-addon not installed on the desktop image?

for the keyboard layout, do a right click at the panel at the top, choose "Panel/Add New Items..." and select "Keyboard Layouts"

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Re: installed software on desktop edition
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2015, 16:26:27 PM »
That worked. It's just odd that there is no seperate tab at the keyboard preferences from the settings menu for layout, I have seen that lmost on any xfce install.

To change my layout (as in loadkeys be-latin1), should I edit /etc/sysconfig/console or somewhere else? /bin/rc.local?
For X, I could use "setxbk be" in the user's ~/.zlogin or is this done somewhere else?

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Re: installed software on desktop edition
« Reply #3 on: April 07, 2015, 16:35:07 PM »
To change my layout (as in loadkeys be-latin1), should I edit /etc/sysconfig/console or somewhere else? /bin/rc.local?

add it to /etc/rc.local


For X, I could use "setxbk be" in the user's ~/.zlogin or is this done somewhere else?

you can add it to any of those files

~/.xinitrc
~/.myxinitrc  (has to be created by you)
~/xfce4  (will be renamed to xfce in the upcoming release)