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To quit GNOME, you select the Logout or Shutdown entries in the System menu The Logout entry quits GNOME, returning you to the login window (or command line shell still logged in to your Linux account, if you started GNOME with startx) The Shut Down entry displays a dialog that allows you to hibernate, shut down, cancel, or restart your system A Restart entry shuts down and reboots your system You must separately quit a window manager that is not GNOME-compliant after logging out of GNOME
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The GNOME Help browser (Yelp) provides a browserlike interface for displaying the GNOME user s manual, Man pages, and info documents You can select it from the System menu It features a toolbar that enables you to move through the list of previously viewed documents You can even bookmark specific items A browser interface enables you to use links to connect to different documents On the main page, expandable links for several GNOME desktop topics are displayed on left side, with entries for the GNOME User Manual and Administration Guide on the right side At the bottom of the left side listing are links for the Man and Info pages You can use these links to display Man and Info pages easily Use the Search box to quickly locate help documents Special URL-like protocols are supported for the different types of documents: ghelp, for GNOME help; man, for Man pages; and info, for the info documents, such as man:fstab to display the Man page for the fstab file The GNOME Help browser provides a detailed manual on every aspect of your GNOME interface The left-hand links display GNOME categories for different application categories such as the System tools and GNOME applets The GNOME Applets entry
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provides detailed descriptions of all available GNOME applets Applications categories like Internet, Programming, System Tools, and Sound and Video will provide help documents for applications developed as part of the GNOME project, like the Evolution mail client, the Totem movie player, the Disk Usage Analyzer, and the GNOME System Monitor Click the Desktop entry at the top of the left hand list to display links for the GNOME User and Administration manuals
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The GNOME desktop provides you with all the capabilities of GUI-based operating systems (refer to Figure 8-1) You can drag files, applications, and directories to the desktop, and then back to GNOME-compliant applications If the desktop stops functioning, you can restart it by starting the GNOME file manager (Nautilus) The desktop is actually a backend process in the GNOME file manager, but you needn t have the file manager open to use the desktop
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NOTE As an alternative to using the desktop, you can drag any program, file, or directory to the
panel and use the panel instead
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Any icon for an item that you drag from a file manager window to the desktop also appears on the desktop However, the default drag-and-drop operation is a move operation If you select a file in your file manager window and drag it to the desktop, you are actually moving the file from its current directory to the GNOME desktop directory, which is located in your home directory and holds all items on the desktop For GNOME, the desktop directory is DESKTOP In the case of dragging directory folders to the desktop, the entire directory and its subdirectories will be moved to the GNOME desktop directory To remove an icon from the desktop, you move it to the trash You can also copy a file to your desktop by pressing the CTRL key and then clicking and dragging it from a file manager window to your desktop You will see the small arrow in the upper-right corner of the copied icon change to a + symbol, indicating that you are creating a copy, instead of moving the original
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