GNOME User Guide

This manual introduces you to the GNOME graphical desktop environment as implemented in openSUSE® and shows you how to configure it to meet your personal needs and preferences. It also introduces you to several programs and services. It is intended for users who have some experience using a graphical desktop environment such as Macintosh*, Windows*, or other Linux desktops.

The manual is subdivided into two parts:

Introduction

Get to know your GNOME desktop and learn how to cope with basic and daily tasks, using the central GNOME applications and some small utilities. Get an impression of the possibilities GNOME offers to modify and individualize your desktop according to your needs and wishes. Learn how to use assistive technologies to improve accessibility in case of vision or mobility impairment.

Internet Connectivity, Files and Resources

Find vital information concerning the management and exchange of data on your system: how to share files on the network and how to use an integrated collaboration environment, how to effectively search for data, and how to manage printers and back up your data.

Many chapters in this manual contain links to additional documentation resources. This includes additional documentation that is available on the system as well as documentation available on the Internet.

For an overview of the documentation available for your product and the latest documentation updates, refer to http://www.novell.com/documentation or to the following section.