Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 247909
system-config-audit should be in the Administration menu
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:12:10 EST
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system-config-audit has a .desktop file with
The menu entry is in System/Settings, but it should be in System/Administration.
Reading /etc/xdg/menus/system-settings.menu, there are thee ways to do this:
- add a Monitor category - which is incorrect for s-c-audit.
- add a SystemSetup category - which is not in the desktop menu spec 1.0.
- add an explicit <Filename> reference to system-settings.menu.
The most correct option seems to be to add the hard-coded reference. If that is
so, please add it (file name system-config-audit.desktop).
Unfortunately our menus weren't completely spec compliant in F7. This is fixed
in rawhide. I would recommend adding SystemSetup in F7 (and either ignoring the
desktop-file-utils spew or redirecting it to /dev/null) and use
for rawhide. Fixing the menus in F7 now would have a lot of potential to break
random apps menu placement unfortunately. We could do another redhat-menus
release but this isn't actually the first request to get an item added, and
doing a release every time seems like a lot more hassle than just using the