6 Comments

  1. greg

    I moved to Xfce because of Gnome shell, but I need at least my time tracking app. Any idea how I can use this with gnome3 libs?

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    • Linerd

      Sorry, I haven't made the leap to GNOME 3 yet. I'm thinking you could probably install the proper GNOME 2 libraries to run Hamster though.

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  2. horace ohare

    my problem is i lost my panel,could you help me .? how do you reinstall the panel? i am using linuxmint 7

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    • Linerd

      Are you using GNOME or xfce as your desktop manager?

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  3. Coyopa

    Handy for monitoring my CPU temp (which is always too high :/ ) - many thanks.

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  4. sasha

    cool, thanks.

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