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In case '''Amarok''' starts slowly in LXDE, you can add <menuchoice>kdeinit</menuchoice> to the startup applications using the <menuchoice>lxsession-edit</menuchoice> command.
 
In case '''Amarok''' starts slowly in LXDE, you can add <menuchoice>kdeinit</menuchoice> to the startup applications using the <menuchoice>lxsession-edit</menuchoice> command.

Revision as of 15:48, 9 January 2011

Introduction

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 desktops.

GNOME

Amarok-gnome.png

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

Amarok-e17.png

The Amarok systray icon does not work by default with E17. So, one should disable the Show tray icon from General Options in Amarok Preferences.

XFCE

Amarok-xfce.png

To launch Amarok faster, enable Launch KDE services on startup by going into Settings -> Sessions and Startup -> Advanced and checking the option.

Fluxbox

Amarok-fluxbox.png

If Amarok is taking to long to load, add

exec kdeinit

to ~/.fluxbox/startup.

LXDE

Amarok-lxde.png

In case Amarok starts slowly in LXDE, you can add kdeinit to the startup applications using the lxsession-edit command.


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