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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) GNOME User Guide
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2.0 Customizing Your Settings

You can change the way SUSEĀ® Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) looks and behaves to suit your own personal tastes and needs. Some of the settings you might want to change include:

  • Desktop background
  • Screen saver
  • Keyboard and mouse configuration
  • Sounds
  • File associations

These settings and others can be changed in the Control Center. To access the Control Center, click Computer > Control Center. The Control Center is divided into the following four categories:

Figure 2-1 GNOME Control Center

Some settings require that you use the YaST Control Center. These administrator settings includes most of the hardware, the graphical user interface, Internet access, security settings, user administration, software installation, and system updates and information. You need the root password to access the YaST Control Center.

For information on configuring administrator settings, see Using YaST to Configure the SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop in the SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Deployment Guide.

SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) GNOME User Guide
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