|GnoMenu: alternative mainmenu on Ubuntu|
First of all, download a GnoMenu tarball file from this link. or add ppa link (ppa:gnomenu-team/ppa ) in your system. We will install it in our system now.
Now extract or unzip 'gnomenu-2.9.tar.gz' file at desktop. Now run the command below at 'Terminal'
Now, you will enter at that extracted 'gnomenu' folder. Now, again run the command below at terminal.
sudo make installenter root password and click on 'Enter'. You have done. GnoMenu installed succesfully on your Ubuntu system.
How to Add it in bottom panel.
|adding gnomenu to bottom panel|
Right click on bottom panel. Click to 'Add to Panel'. Select 'GnoMenu' and click on 'Add'. Now move it on the very left corner of bottom panel.
Customising of this lovely and attractive menu is very easy. Right click on the left corner button and click on 'Properties'. An window will appear instantly. Look at the images below. Chaning theme and icons are just 2 or 3 click away.
|GnoMenu icons themes|
|GnoMenu theme selection is very easy|
After selecting a new theme or icon click on 'OK', restart GnoMenu. It will not waste your valuable time for the name of restarting the whole system.
I had use this menu for many days. A new young user must satisfy with this modern, featurerich Ubuntu mainmenu.
I know that it works on Jaunty, Karmic, Lucid, Maverick Ubuntu without any hassle.