KDE User Guide

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About This Guide
1. Verfügbare Dokumentation
2. Rückmeldungen
3. Konventionen in der Dokumentation
4. Informationen über die Herstellung dieses Handbuchs
5. Quellcode
6. Danksagung
I. Introduction
1. Getting Started with the KDE Desktop
1.1. Logging In
1.2. Exploring the Desktop Components
1.3. Leaving Your System
1.4. Switching Desktops
2. Working with Your Desktop
2.1. Starting Programs
2.2. Using Dolphin File Manager
2.3. Moving Text between Applications
2.4. Finding Data on your Computer or in the File System
2.5. Accessing Removable Media and External Devices
2.6. Using Virtual Desktops
2.7. Managing Internet Connections
2.8. Exploring the Internet
2.9. E-Mail and Scheduling
2.10. Instant Messaging
2.11. Managing Passwords
2.12. Opening or Creating Documents with
2.13. Viewing PDF Files and Other Documents
2.14. Taking Screen Shots
2.15. Displaying, Decompressing, and Creating Archives
2.16. Creating CDs or DVDs
2.17. Viewing and Managing Digital Images
2.18. Managing Your Music Collection
2.19. Troubleshooting
2.20. For More Information
3. Customizing Your Settings
3.1. Personal Settings - Overview
3.2. Configuring Desktop Objects and Appearance
3.3. Configuring Hardware Components
3.4. Configuring Behavior and System Aspects
II. Managing Files and Resources
4. Viewing PDF Files and Other Documents with Okular
4.1. Viewing PDF Files
4.2. Annotating a PDF File
4.3. For More Information
5. Accessing Network Resources
5.1. General Notes on File Sharing and Network Browsing
5.2. Accessing Network Shares
5.3. Sharing Folders in Mixed Environments
5.4. Managing Windows Files
5.5. Configuring Shortcuts to Network Folders
5.6. Configuring and Using a Small Web Server
6. Searching with Kerry
6.1. Searching Using Kerry
6.2. Configuring Kerry
7. Managing Print Jobs
8. Managing Passwords with KWallet Manager
8.1. Starting KWallet
8.2. Managing Your Passwords
8.3. Adjusting KWallet Settings
8.4. Copying Your Wallet to Another Computer
9. Controlling Your Desktop’s Power Management
9.1. Using the Battery Monitor Widget
9.2. Saving Power by Using Profiles
9.3. Configuring Power Management
A. GNU-Lizenzen
A.1. GNU General Public License
A.2. GNU Free Documentation License

List of Figures

1.1. A KDM Login Screen
1.2. Example KDE Desktop
1.3. Unlocking Desktop Objects
1.4. KDE Desktop Folder
1.5. Panel: Quick Launch Area
1.6. Panel: System Tray
2.1. Finding Files with KFind
2.2. Device Notifier
2.3. KSnapshot
2.4. Ark: File Archive Preview
3.1. Personal Settings
4.1. Okular Viewing a PDF File
4.2. Annotating a PDF File
5.1. Network Browsing
5.2. Enabling File Sharing
5.3. Detailed Sharing Options
5.4. Shared Folder: Music
5.5. Browsing Data on the AD Server
5.6. Editing a Text File with KWrite
5.7. Saving a File to a Remote Windows Folder
5.8. Accessing MS Exchange through Dolphin
5.9. Adding a Network Folder
5.10. Published Contents
7.1. KDE Print Dialog
7.2. KDE Print Options
8.1. The KWallet Manager Window
9.1. Battery Monitor Widget
9.2. Power Management Settings

List of Examples

3.1. Example Output for a Driver Supporting RandR 1.1
3.2. Example Output for a Driver Supporting RandR 1.2