The KDE 4.3 System Settings - Part 5 - System
Feb 14, 2010, 08:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Welcome to part 5, the final article in our little series on
the KDE 4.3 System Settings control panel. I first off want to
thank the KDE devs for creating such a great desktop environment
(DE) and for simplifying the control panel (now known as "System
Settings"). The last time I had to do an article series like this,
it took me 10 articles and nearly a month to pull it off.
"But don't let the fact that it has a more compact control panel
fool you. It's just as powerful as ever. But you don't have to work
quite as hard to administrate your KDE 4.x desktop. But that aside,
let's have a look at the last section in the System Settings
control panel and what it has to offer.
"The K3b Setup section is a stand alone configuration window
that allows you to setup and configure permissions, the device to
use, and any external programs to use along with it. This includes
things like CDRDAO, CDrecord, Growisofs, and others. For the vast
majority of users, you shouldn't need to touch this section. This
is more or less for fixing minor problems, or tweaking your setup
whenever you chose to use something other than the standard
configuration. IE, this is power user territory."