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'''Creating icon in system panel:'''
 
'''Creating icon in system panel:'''
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'''With XFCE:'''
 
'''With XFCE:'''
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2. In new window from "Available Items" choose "Launcher" and click with mouse to "+ Add" button at bottom of window.  
 
2. In new window from "Available Items" choose "Launcher" and click with mouse to "+ Add" button at bottom of window.  
  
3. You will see new window named "Program Launcher". Type some "Name" and "Description" or leave it.  
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3. You will see new window named "'''Program Launcher'''". Type some text in fields "'''Name'''" and "'''Description'''" or leave it.  
 
   By default, name is "''System Support''" and description is "''Send support request to system@cs''"
 
   By default, name is "''System Support''" and description is "''Send support request to system@cs''"
  
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5. In "Command" line just type  
 
5. In "Command" line just type  
   '''''system-support''''',
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   '''''system-support'''''
or insert full path to script  
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, or insert full path to script  
   '''''/cs/share/scripts/system-support'''''.
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   '''''/cs/share/scripts/system-support'''''
  
 
If all be done, when you click to this new item you will see new window with text editor.
 
If all be done, when you click to this new item you will see new window with text editor.
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'''With KDE:'''
 
'''With KDE:'''
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Follow this steps:
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1. Click with right mouse button on system panel and choose from pop-up menu "''Add Application to Panel''",
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follow to sub-menu and click on "''Add Non-KDE Application''".
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2. In raised window type in field "'''Button title:'''" "'''''System Support'''''" and "'''Description:'''" is "'''''Send support request to system@cs'''''"
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3. In field "'''Executable:'''" type
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  '''''system-support'''''
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, or insert full path to script
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  '''''/cs/share/scripts/system-support'''''
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4. Click on icon and in new window named "'''Select Icon - KDE Panel'''" check "'''Other icons:'''", click "'''Browse'''"
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and in field "'''Location:'''" type:
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  '''''/cs/share/skel/system.ico'''''
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Click "'''Open'''", then click "'''Ok'''"
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If all be done, when you click to this new item you will see new window with text editor.

Revision as of 15:38, 25 February 2007

Our System Group installed new tool for helping to linux user to interact with system group and to quick solving any hardware- software bugs.

Usage: From console just type "system-support" or "syste" + TAB.


Creating icon in system panel:


With XFCE:

There is two options to create new button in XFCE.

Option one: If You make some changes to panel so You need to launch reinstall script from console, then type "Yes" and "Enter" and choose "2" to reinstall xfce4.

Another Option: For manual installation follow this five steps:

1. Click on system panel with right mouse button and choose "+ Add New Item".

2. In new window from "Available Items" choose "Launcher" and click with mouse to "+ Add" button at bottom of window.

3. You will see new window named "Program Launcher". Type some text in fields "Name" and "Description" or leave it.

  By default, name is "System Support" and description is "Send support request to system@cs"

4. Choose some icon. We assumed this icon:

  /cs/share/skel/system.ico.

5. In "Command" line just type

  system-support

, or insert full path to script

  /cs/share/scripts/system-support

If all be done, when you click to this new item you will see new window with text editor.




With KDE:

Follow this steps:

1. Click with right mouse button on system panel and choose from pop-up menu "Add Application to Panel", follow to sub-menu and click on "Add Non-KDE Application". 2. In raised window type in field "Button title:" "System Support" and "Description:" is "Send support request to system@cs" 3. In field "Executable:" type

  system-support

, or insert full path to script

  /cs/share/scripts/system-support

4. Click on icon and in new window named "Select Icon - KDE Panel" check "Other icons:", click "Browse" and in field "Location:" type:

  /cs/share/skel/system.ico

Click "Open", then click "Ok"

If all be done, when you click to this new item you will see new window with text editor.