> In kde3 you can add in the kde panel for example a taskbar and system
> tray, what config file does the kde panel, taskbar and system tray use.
have a look at .kde/share/config/kickerrc - but why bother with
configuration files? :-) 
Open a xterm (console) and enter:
This will show you some more vital KDE-Processes... Interesting, isn't it?
Quote:> I would like to remove kinternet from the system tray and add knode.
 Right Button Mouseclick on kinternet. Click on 'Close' or whatever ist
is in the english version (in german it's 'Beenden'). Select to save your
Session when you'll logoff.
Open the Menue from where you normaly start knode. Klick and hold left
Mousebutton on knode and drag an drop it to the kicker (taskbar). You can
remove it by right Button Mouseclick on the Icon and select ... I think you