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# [[About openSUSE Desktop Essentials]]<br><br>
 
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# [[Logging into the openSUSE GNOME Desktop]]
 
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#* [[Configuring openSUSE Workspaces|Adding the Workspace Switcher to an openSUSE Desktop Panel]]
 
#* [[Configuring openSUSE Workspaces|Adding the Workspace Switcher to an openSUSE Desktop Panel]]
 
#* [[Configuring openSUSE Workspaces|Changing the Number of openSUSE Desktop Workspaces]]<br><br>
 
#* [[Configuring openSUSE Workspaces|Changing the Number of openSUSE Desktop Workspaces]]<br><br>
# [[Configuring the openSUSE Desktop Menu System]]
 
#* [[Configuring the openSUSE Desktop Menu System|Customizing a openSUSE Desktop Menu]]
 
#* [[Configuring the openSUSE Desktop Menu System|Moving Menu Items]]
 
#* [[Configuring the openSUSE Desktop Menu System|Adding and Deleting a Menu Item]]<br><br>
 
# [[openSUSE Desktop Visual Effects]]
 
#*  [[openSUSE Desktop Visual Effects|Introducing Compiz Fusion]]
 
#*  [[openSUSE Desktop Visual Effects|Changing the Default Visual Effects Settings]]
 
#*  [[openSUSE Desktop Visual Effects|Advanced Desktop Effects Settings]]<br><br>
 
 
# [[Enhance your openSUSE Desktop with gDesklets]]
 
# [[Enhance your openSUSE Desktop with gDesklets]]
 
#* [[Enhance your openSUSE Desktop with gDesklets|Installing gDesklets]]
 
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#* [[openSUSE Desktop Keyboard Shortcuts|Disabling a Keyboard Shortcut]]<br><br>
 
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# [[Remote Access to the openSUSE Linux Desktop]]
 
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#* [[Remote Access to the openSUSE Linux Desktop|Accessing a Remote openSUSE Linux Desktop from a Windows System]]
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#* [[Remote Access to the openSUSE Linux Desktop|Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session]]
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Latest revision as of 20:16, 27 October 2016

The objective of the book is to provide the reader with the necessary information to use, customize and configure the openSUSE implementation of the GNOME desktop.



Table of ContentsNext
About openSUSE Desktop Essentials


  1. About openSUSE Desktop Essentials

  2. Logging into the openSUSE GNOME Desktop
  3. A Guided Tour of the openSUSE GNOME Desktop
  4. Changing the openSUSE GNOME Desktop Background
  5. Installing and Customizing openSUSE Desktop Themes
  6. Configuring openSUSE Desktop Fonts
  7. Configuring the openSUSE Desktop Panels
  8. Configuring openSUSE Workspaces
  9. Enhance your openSUSE Desktop with gDesklets
  10. Browsing My Computer, Files and Folders on the openSUSE Desktop
  11. Configuring the openSUSE File Manager
  12. openSUSE Desktop - Starting Applications on Login
  13. openSUSE Desktop Keyboard Shortcuts
  14. Remote Access to the openSUSE Linux Desktop



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