CentOS 6 KDE: remove default icons
On Thu, 25 Aug 2011 08:00:16 -0700, John Doe wrote:
> From: Michael D. Berger
>> On my newly installed CentOS 6 I am running KDE (I think; I selected it
>> in the setup, but how would I know?).
> Only God would know...
>> It has three default icons:
>> Computer; Root's Home; Trash.* I do not see them in /root/Desktop. How
>> can I remove them?
> Did you go look into the Desktop controls...? There must be something
> like "Show icons on desktop" somewhere... Or you could maybe google for
> something like: "kde hide desktop icons"...
Yes, I found the control. But it doesn't include the default icons.
I "solved" the problem with:
yum remove nautilus
But now, when I put a directory in /root/Desktop, it does not
appear on the desktop.
I am now looking for a another file manager -- perhaps the one
used in my older CentOS.
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