The icon for redhat-config-services that appears in the menus and at
system-settings:///Server in Nautilus does not match the other 3-D,
Bluecurve-looking icons. I am cc'ing Garrett to see if he has any
plans to make one for this release.
I made the icon way before the 8.0 freeze; it seems to have never shown up in a
user-visible sense, despite my efforts.
I think the problem might be the way in which the icon is specified within the
.desktop file, but I'm not sure.
Where did you put this Icon? What is it named?
It is simply called "serviceconf.png". If you change it to reference this icon
(without the path), then it should pick up the correct icon depending on the
theme. There is a Bluecurve icon in the redhat-artwork package, and it falls
back to the old gear if redhat-artwork isn't installed (for whatever reason) or
if someone selects the "Gnome" icon set.
fixed in redhat-config-services-0.8.4-1