GNOME Configuration Made Easy

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GNOME Configuration Made Easy

In this introductory column, Michael Hall explores the basics of GNOME: how to get it, how to install it, and how to tweak it.
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Hello, and welcome to LinuxPlanet's look into the GNOME world. Once a week, I'll cover a detail or two about getting the most out of GNOME and take a look at the newest GNOME software.

This week we'll get up to speed on how to get GNOME, along with a basic configuration trick that makes GNOME's panels a little less obtrusive, provides a handy way to save desktop space, and unclutters your panels of all those app icons so you can save space for pagers and task lists.    More detail...

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