[K12OSN] Adding a link to a menu

Henry Burroughs hburroughs at HHPREP.ORG
Fri Feb 4 15:19:46 UTC 2005

Actually, you will want to create a launcher (that you will drag later
to the menu).  The command that you want to run is "htmlview
http://localhost/phpmyadmin".  This opens the page in your default web
browser.  Try running  it on the command line, and you will see.

> ______________________________________________________________________
> From: Jim Kronebusch <jim at winonacotter.org>
> To: Robert Lefebvre <robert.r.lefebvre at gmail.com>, Support list for opensource software in schools. <k12osn at redhat.com>
> Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Adding a link to a menu
> Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2005 22:45:32 -0600
> > I just added Xampp to k12ltsp and it's working fine. The mysql 
> > control panel is at http://localhost/phpmyadmin/. How would I place 
> > that into a menu,  lets say under Application/Internet for instance. 
> > If I wanted to have PhpMyAdmin listed there, how would I do that? 
> > Thanks in advance!!!!
> My first thought is to simply just drag from the browser to the desktop for 
> a shortcut and leave it at that.  From what I have seen here recently I 
> think that menu editing (depending on the window manager) is still a black 
> magic.  If you don't want a clustered up desktop just make a folder 
> called "Shortcuts" or something and slam all of your app shortcuts there.  
> Should be easy to manage or push to other users that way as well.
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