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hello ,
        The queastion is really simple :
  Recently i installed KDE , however i noticed that the old start menu ( the one x-win had before kde was installed ) got completely lost . Now , i am desperately trying to find it as i nedd redhat's control panel , i know there is a way of bringing it back as a category of KDE's start menu and i am trying to find out how . Can you help me ?


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        Mixelogj
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The startmenu you had before was a part of the fmwm 94 windowmanager and now under kde you are running wwm instead.
Run kmenuedit and add /usr/bin/control-panel
to youre kde startmenu.
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thanks ! that worked ! can you post anything as a qestion for me to reward you your points ?


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The startmenu you had before was a part of the fmwm 94 windowmanager and now under kde you are running kwm instead.
Run kmenuedit and add /usr/bin/control-panel
to youre kde startmenu.
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I\ve done that already , thanks anyway :-)
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