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I just installed Fedora 15 KDE amd64. When i click the launcher (icon in bottom left) then go to applications, then settings, the menu is empty.

afaik this shouldn't be. How can I go about looking into this?
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Right click and go to Edit Menus or something like that (i'm on unity atm)

Check out the settings one and make sure the icons aren't hidden.
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Thanks.

Unchecking "Only Show in KDE" fixed it; however, I'm not sure what KDE is in this context. I would think that this menu would be considered 'KDE' and it would have shown anyway.
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