Boot Manager (LILO)
If you use the popular bootloader
LILO this section will allow you to configure it.
You can configure the location to install the bootloader to, set the timeout
on the LILO boot screen as well as add or modify
kernel images for the boot list.
Date & Time
This configuration module allows you to configure the system date and time
settings. You can set the date, time, and also the current time zone. These settings will be applied system-wide.
Here is where you would configure both personal and system-wide fonts.
This dialog allows you to install new fonts, delete old ones and preview the fonts you
have installed. By default, it displays personal fonts. To modify system-wide fonts click the
IBM Thinkpad Laptop
This configuration module allows you to configure the special keys on an IBM thinkpad
laptop. You will need the “nvram” module to use these features.
If you run KDE on Linux� there is a KControl module to create or modify
configuration files for a Linux� kernel. This configurator is compatible with kernels previous to 2.5.
This module allows you to configure the KDE login manager, kdm. kdm is
a powerful login manager with a large range of options. It supports user switching, remote graphical logins and has a fully customizable appearance. For more information, see the kdm handbook.
This dialog allows you to configure the default locations where certain
important files are kept. The
directory contains all the files on your desktop. The
directory contains files or links to files that you want run when KDE starts, and the
directory is the default location KDE applications will open or save documents to.
Sony Vaio Laptop
This configuration module allows you to configure features specific to
Sony Vaio laptops. If you have a Sony Vaio, you will have to install the “sonypi”
driver to use this section.