NOV
28
2004

Linux Magazine: aKregator, Configuring KDM, KHotKeys

In its last and upcoming issues Linux Magazine has again published several KDE articles of which are many available online in PDF format: aKregator is a RSS/Atom feed reader and introduced to their readers. KHotKeys allows to add mouse gestures and keyboard shortcuts to your desktop. Another story details how to configure your login environment with KDM and GDM. Finally, don't miss Konqi's horoscope for 2005.

Comments

In the article about KDM and GDM in the figure 3 it is not KDM in the screenshot but mdkkdm, a Mandrake fork of KDM.

The original KDM is always accessible in Mandrake throw drakconf. You need to install kdebase-kdm and if you don't want Mandrake fork uninstall mdkkdm.


By Shift at Sun, 2004/11/28 - 6:00am

What does the elephant represent?


By AC at Mon, 2004/11/29 - 6:00am


By Anonymous at Mon, 2004/11/29 - 6:00am

Reading about RSS, is there a reason why dot.kde.org does not have a live bookmark available?


By testerus at Tue, 2004/11/30 - 6:00am

Live bookmark? Mozilla user? See "rdf" in the left column.


By Anonymous at Tue, 2004/11/30 - 6:00am

dot.kde.org webmaster need to had :

on the HTML source of this website.


By Shift at Tue, 2004/11/30 - 6:00am

Besure to put it in the tag ;)


By Kick The Donkey at Tue, 2004/11/30 - 6:00am

Don't put it in the head tag because that is utterly broken. Put it in the head element.


By Jim at Sat, 2004/12/04 - 6:00am

... that KDM would look as good as GDM, but for now it's just a dream. Hopefully, recently added theme suport will have the same specs as GDM, as there are lots nice gdm examples to port.


By Amiroff at Wed, 2004/12/01 - 6:00am

It's actually the goal of the current KDM theming support effort (which can be found in CVS kdenonbeta/kdmthemes/) to offer full compatibility to GDM themes, so it looks like your wish will be granted soon-ish.


By ac at Wed, 2004/12/01 - 6:00am

kdenonbeta/kdmthemes/ doesn't exist anymore, it's merged into HEAD.


By Anonymous at Wed, 2004/12/01 - 6:00am

I have downloaded and started to use Akregator, and it is a great
program. I was looking something like that and found in it more than
I am looking for. There are a few points for improvement but overall
it is very usable as is.

Thank you, and keep up the good work!


By ta at Thu, 2004/12/02 - 6:00am