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    Default The new aplications installed cant see on the menu

    I installed a lot of aplicactions (for example, Netbeans IDE) and in the menu dont create a section for example, for programming, and others, i installed open office and nothing.
    WHY?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debci View Post
    I installed a lot of aplicactions (for example, Netbeans IDE) and in the menu dont create a section for example, for programming, and others, i installed open office and nothing.
    WHY?

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    But i dont know all commands for execute all programs :s

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    Please, please use google then - there's all the information you need.
    Nobody here will spoonfeed you with those information - since this is not a backtrack related topic!!!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fancy View Post
    Please, please use google then - there's all the information you need.
    Nobody here will spoonfeed you with those information - since this is not a backtrack related topic!!!.
    but the problem is in backtrack, all of distros add auto to the lista the new soft installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debci View Post
    but the problem is in backtrack, all of distros add auto to the lista the new soft installed.

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    Your question was already answered here.
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