|Fedora/GNOME menu||Preferences > Control Center|
|or the Start Here icon on your desktop|
|Mandrake/KDE menu||Applications > System > Configuration > GNOME > GNOME Control Center|
GNOME doesn't really have a control center. I think they started calling the collection of preference modules a Control Center because that is what KDE calls it. Names aside, the GNOME Control Center is a view of icons in the Nautilus file manager (see Figure 4.3). Besides main menu and terminal command access, you can open Nautilus in file browsing mode and type preferences:/// into the address bar to access the Control Center icon view. Of course, Mandrake and Fedora have a few differences in the GNOME Control ...