Translate this pageOther languages:English • dansk • français • polski • português do Brasil Contents 1 Amarok on Non-KDE Desktops 1.1 GNOME 1.2 Enlightenment 1.3 XFCE 1.4 Fluxbox 1.5 LXDE Amarok on Non-KDE Desktops Although Amarok is one the most well-known KDE applications, it can run on other desktop environments too. This section shows how Amarok can be used on non-KDE Linux desktops. These are examples; there may be more. GNOME To configure the proxy for Amarok on GNOME, modify and add this to ~/.kde/share/config/kioslaverc [Proxy Settings][$i] ProxyType=1 httpProxy=http://username:[email protected]:port/ httpsProxy=http://username:[email protected]:port/ ftpProxy=http://username:[email protected]:port/ Enlightenment The Amarok systray icon does not work by default with E17. So, one should disable the Show tray icon from General Options in Amarok's preferences. XFCE To launch Amarok faster, enable Launch KDE services on startup by going into Settings -> Sessions and Startup -> Advanced and checking the option. Fluxbox If Amarok is taking to long to load, add exec kdeinit to ~/.fluxbox/startup. LXDE In case Amarok starts slowly in LXDE, you can add kdeinit to the startup applications using the lxsession-edit command. ← Amarok on Other Desktops and Operating Systems ↑ Back to Menu ↑ Amarok on Windows → Retrieved from "https://userbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Amarok/Manual/Various/AmarokOnOtherPlatforms/NonKDE_Desktops/en&oldid=308439" Categories: Amarok2.8MultimediaTutorials This page was last edited on 4 July 2013, at 16:24. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.