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For that first LaunchTo launch Cairo-Dock, press Alt + F2 and type cairo-dock in the box that opened then validate.
You can also do it from a teminal:
Launch Cairo-Dock at Startup
For Beryl Useryou only see the dock on one of the face of the cube!
In case you launch Cairo-Dock at startup and you are using Berylau, you will have to use a litle script to delay the startup of the dock.
Create a file called launch-cairo-dock-after-beryl.sh, and copy/paste the following code in it:
#we wait 12 seconds so that Beryl gets ready (you may need more or less)
# the path of cairo-dock (may be different for you)
Make it executable
sudo chmod +x launch-cairo-dock-after-beryl.sh
And use that script to launch the dock at startup
PLUG-INS or APPLETS
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To configure them right click on them >> Configure this module
For the applets that are inactive: right cLick clic and choose Cairo-Dock >> Configure >> System or Applets (if you are in Advanced mode)
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To create a launcher you can either drag'n drop directly from the Application Menu onto the dock or do it all manually: right click >>add a Launcher
To remove one: right click and select Remove this launcher
Sub dock are icones that contains lauchers see them as menu>sub menu: Right click and selectAdd a sub-dock
MoveApplicable for Applications/Launchers and sub-docks/applets
By Drag and Drop or right click >>Move this icons and for the launcher also from right click >>Modify this launcher >> Extra parameters and select a numerical order value :
=>1 for first position, 1.7, 2, 3, 4, 4.5, 4.550 etc...
Several research on the web shows that some people have been able to use the dock on a few Linux distributiions:
Cairo-Dock needs you
As well as a few windows manager:
- Gnome (of course)
No definitive tutorial though just a few links. If you have some linsk to tutorial (wiki, website, blog,etc...) or some RPMs, basically anything that would help others to install the dock on their system.
Just make sure that the information is up to date.
Online users :
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