After I install an application from Synaptic package manager, I am unsure how to access the application that I just installed. I don´t see the applications showing up in the Main menu (Right-click or Super+Space). I installed Open Office and a couple battery level monitoring tools.A) How do I access the installed applications? B) How do I add those entries to the Main menu?
Please how can i find state of package manager of applications? If is the pm application is disabled or enabled?
example: if i write to console, pm disable com.xxx.xxx(package name) , how do I determine the future status of that package?
Please for some example in practice. Thanks
The Synaptics Package Manager has disappeared from the Administration menu.
No clue how that happened.
Software Manager shows that it is installed. There is no option to check or uncheck the "Show" option, because the Synaptics Package Manager does not show up there, or in any of the other menu catagories.
I'm still a rookie and have tried editing the menu options.
I removed some packages from synaptic package manager(with option mark for complete removal). And now when I returned to desktop, I just saw 2 folders and 2 xml files. All remaining panels and taskbars are disappeared. I don't even find the menu of system, applications and all that.
I somehow opened the xml files with firefox and now stuck with it only.
I did a 'yum update' and now my applications menu in openbox won't work. I think they changed the directory of the applications.menu file to /etc/xdg/menus/applications.menu instead of /usr/libexec/openbox-xdg-menu... but even when i link that in the menu.xml it comes up with this error
I am using Mint Linux 15 Cinnamon. I want to install some applications using "Software Manager" (mintinstall). But when I start the "Software Manager" I get some of the weird code and at the last it says "Segmentation fault" in the terminal. When I try to open "Synaptic Package Manager", it starts up and crashes immediately after I give sudo password. Also I cannot use "GDebi Package Installer".