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OpenSUSE Desktop Essentials

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OpenSUSE Desktop Essentials

Publisher: Techotopia

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This purpose of this book is to cover all aspects of the use and configuration of the openSUSE GNOME desktop environment. Topics covered include changing the openSUSE GNOME Desktop background, installing and customizing themes, configuring fonts, configuring workspaces, remote access to the openSUSE desktop and much more. On completion of this book, it is hoped that the reader will be confidently using and configuring the openSUSE implementation of the GNOME desktop.

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