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Thread: KDE after adding new user.

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    Default KDE after adding new user.

    I've installed BT3 on my HDD, added new user, and logged as him.

    Standard kde environment doesn't consist categorised security programs in K menu. They're all in one place(documents too). I'm searching for possibility to categorise them. It should be similar to standard livecd.

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    Thats because backtrack is not meant to be a everyday operating system with users and such. Also most of the tools require you to be root in order to run properly. The are plenty of flavors of linux to use as a every day OS.

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    Thank you pureh@te for replay. I'll configure desktop for everyday usage and leave livecd style alone.

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