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Figure 6-7. The List tab of the Package Manager window In Figure 6-7, the packages are shown as a list in alphabetical order. This is similar to the Search tab except you cannot search for packages. You can filter the results by clicking a radio button. You can add or remove packages by checking or unchecking them and clicking on the Apply button. The source for packages that can be installed on your system include your CentOS installation media and repositories. If you want to customize the repositories that Package Manager can use, click on the Repositories menu item under the Edit menu.
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The Places menu contains items to help you navigate your Linux system, as shown in Figure 6-8. You can see the contents of your home directory using the Nautilus file manager by clicking the Home Folder menu item. You can also see the contents of the file system by selecting the Computer menu item and double-clicking the Filesystem icon. This is shown in Figure 6-9.
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Figure 6-8. The Places menu for navigation
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Figure 6-9. The contents of the Computer menu item You can also browse the network and connect to a network server from the Places menu. For example, clicking on the Network Servers menu item brings up the Network window as shown in Figure 6-10.
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Figure 6-10. The Network window All you need to do to browse the available network is to double-click its icon and the connected computers will show up. The Places menu also contains a Recent Documents submenu, which holds the files you have opened recently, such as Open Office documents or image files. This serves as a handy shortcut to your frequently used files.
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The System menu holds the submenus and items for customizing your GNOME desktop and your Linux system, as shown in Figure 6-11. You can change the look and feel of your desktop using the Preferences menu. The Preference submenu contains items that let you customize the keyboard, mouse, and screensavers, for example. The Administration submenu items are those designed for system administration. You can add users and groups using the Users and Groups menu item, and check system performance by clicking on the System Monitor menu item.
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Figure 6-11. The System menu You can put your computer into Suspend mode by selecting the Suspend menu item and turn off the system by selecting Shut Down. You can log out of the system so others can use it by selecting the Log Out item.
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You can add menus and menu items for new applications by clicking on System More Preferences Menu Layout. This brings up the Menu Layout window that enables you to customize menus on your GNOME desktop, as shown in Figure 6-12.
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Figure 6-12. The Menu Layout window The Menu Layout window is composed of two panes, menus on the left and menu items on the right. You can add a new menu, a new menu item, or a separator to group related menus or menu items. You can also change the position of a menu item by selecting it on the Items pane and clicking the Move up or Move down button. To add a new Menu, click on the New Menu button and you ll see the Menu Properties window, as in Figure 6-13.
Figure 6-13. The Menu Properties window Type the name of your new menu in the Name box. You can put optional descriptive text in the Comment box. The text you provide here will be shown when a user places the mouse over the menu. If you would like to decorate your new menu with an image, you can do that by clicking on the No Icon button and selecting an image. When you re done, your new menu will be created under the selected Menu on the left pane of the Menu Layout window.
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