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    Redhat 9.0 - Bluecurve


    I just installed redhat 9.0. How do I get rid of bluecurve, and regain the original gnome and kde menus?

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    ok, first of all, what is cluecurve? its not often a search for something ob google reveals NOTHING

    sure youve got the right word there?

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    Its a typo. He meant "bluecurve" which is:

    Red Hat's community-based distribution became an option for home computing with the introduction of the BluecurveTM graphical interface in 2002
    for more info on blue curve see http://www.redhat.com and search for "bluecurve" or go to http://people.redhat.com/otaylor/rh-desktop.html for some info on it as well.
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    ahhh, now i see

    been a while redhat and i... a long time since i've used it i mean :P

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    Re: Redhat 9.0 - Bluecurve

    Quote Originally Posted by devnull
    I just installed redhat 9.0. How do I get rid of bluecurve, and regain the original gnome and kde menus?
    So, you mean getting rid of the Bluecurve theme? Go into Preferences > Theme and you can change it there...
    \"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.\"
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    Bluecurve also changes the icons on the bar, but they can be changed back by right clicking on them and picking out the standard gnome ones.

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