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system-config-keyboard - configure the keyboard layout of the system SYNOPSIS
system-config-keyboard [--help] [--noui] [--text] [<keyboardtype>] DESCRIPTION
system-config-keyboard is a graphical user interface that allows the user to change the default keyboard of the system. --help Display a short help message and list of keyboard types. --noui Run in command line mode. --text Run in text interface mode. <keyboardtype> Run with --help to get a list of supported keyboard types. SYSTEM CONFIG KEYBOARD(8)

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system-config-printer-applet - print job manager SYNOPSIS
system-config-printer-applet [--no-tray-icon] DESCRIPTION
system-config-printer-applet is a print job manager for CUPS. Normally it will display a printer icon in the notification area, greyed out when there are no print jobs for the current user. Clicking on the icon displays a simple print job manager for cancelling or reprinting jobs. To save memory, the applet waits first of all until the user has printed a job before putting the icon in the notification area. To invoke the print job manager before a job has been printed, run the applet with the --no-tray-icon option: a desktop file is provided for this, so that it should appear in the system menu. As well as displaying a printer icon in the notification area, the applet also provides a D-BUS server for the com.redhat.PrintDriverSelection interface, to help configure a new printer when it is plugged in. OPTIONS
--help Display a short usage message. --version Display the version of the applet. --no-tray-icon Do not display an icon in the notification area. Quit when the job manager window is closed. AUTHOR
Tim Waugh <> Author. system-config-printer 21 May 2007 SYSTEM-CONFIG-PRIN(1)
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