Why KDE4 is called KDE?

Patrick Nagel mail at patrick-nagel.net
Fri Dec 11 02:29:43 GMT 2009

Hi Billie,

On 2009-12-10 14:57 UTC Billie Erin Walsh wrote:
> Anne Wilson wrote:
> > On Thursday 10 December 2009 06:35:53 Draciron Smith wrote:
> >> New system if it's not in the menu you can't add it.
> >
> > Yes you can.  There is a menu updating tool (krunner should find it)
> > which will do just that.
> >
> > Anne
> Not necessarily.
> I have tried adding several Ham Radio related applications through the
> package manager from the repositories. I even added the special Ham
> Radio menu category hoping they would get added there. The category is
> there but the application don't get added there. They don't get added
> anywhere for the most part. [ same issue with KDE 3.x ] I found the menu
> updater and ran that thinking it might help me fix things. Not only
> wouldn't it add the applications, it didn't find them. The ham related
> applications run fine if I look in the package manager and figure out
> the exact name and run it from the command line.

That is definitely a packaging issue, and has nothing to do with KDE itself. 
Thus you should report it to your distributor (Kubuntu, I assume).


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