1. I tried to install “slimjet_amd64.deb” through “Install with gdebi”.
Start menu entry was automatically added (1st screenshot).
2. You could easily go to Start Menu and enable “Rox-Panel”.
Then you go to /usr/share/applications, to “slimjet.desktop”.
Simply drag & drop “slimjet.desktop” on “Rox-Panel”.
(2nd & 3rd screenshot)
3. Also, if you ever took yourself a couple of minutes to simply “look around” …
You should have noticed “Add Menu” in Start Menu “Settings” by now.
Well, when you don’t know which command starts some application …
A. You go to /usr/share/applications/APPLICATION-NAME.desktop
B. You open it in some text editor and look for “Exec= …” line.
That’s the command you need to execute in Terminal.
C. You make use of “Add Menu” …
(Screenshots 4, 5 & 6)
You’d never want to use any other web browser except Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
And if — you wouldn’t want to install it, if it doesn’t come from the repository.
(See the last screenshot — it should be obvious why.)
I don’t know if my system is corrupted, but my 64-bit slimjet browser also does not have an icon in Menu -> Applications -> Internet , but I can open the browser by pressing Ctrl-Alt_Space and typing flashpeak-slimjet.