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Ok, so I recently installed Bactrack 4, which is essentially kubuntu with a bunch of cool security-related apps installed. After another fresh install, I decided I wanted to try gnome, ...
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    Kmenu in Gnome?


    Ok, so I recently installed Bactrack 4, which is essentially kubuntu with a bunch of cool security-related apps installed. After another fresh install, I decided I wanted to try gnome, so I essentially installed vanilla ubuntu. Now, I can access ubuntu by choosing gnome as the desktop manager at startup, or I can access backtrack by choosing kde. Is there any way I can get some sort of button or something set up in gnome that will display all of my kde menu stuff? (I had found a thread about this earlier, but I seem to have lost it, unfortunately. ) Looking forward to some replies.

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    KDE applications are also visible in gnome menu. you can use Gnome Extended menu for KDE/Gnome classification
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    I actually just tried that; unfortunately only one app showed up under it. A good chunk of my backtrack apps show up under internet, and a few under other. I am going to see if I can customize the menus myself, as I really liked how they are layed out in backtrack.

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