[kde-linux] Different .kde files for different hosts
rudd-o at amautacorp.com
Mon Aug 29 19:58:28 UTC 2005
KDEHOME is the wrong variable for this. Use KDEDIRS and
a /etc/profile.d script if you want to achieve layered configuration
based on host name, or the moon phase.
El jue, 25-08-2005 a las 18:37 -0700, James Richard Tyrer escribió:
> Kevin Krammer wrote:
> > On Friday 26 August 2005 00:43, James Bigler wrote:
> >>I work at a place with many varied installations of Linux and conversely
> >>KDE. My home directory is mounted via NFS on all these machines, so .kde is
> >>shared between them.
> >>I'm having problems when I log into another machine that is running a
> >>different version of KDE or has a different setup. For example my
> >>workstation has dual monitors while many other machines do not. The .kde
> >>directory gets shared between conflicting versions of KDE and things start
> >>to go bad.
> >>I was wondering if there was a way to get KDE to look into different paths
> >>based on the machine. That way I could have effectively a .kde-host1 and a
> >>.kde-host2 and keep them separate.
> > Yes, quite easily.
> > KDE defaults to .kde in the user's home directory, but will take the directory
> > the environment variable KDEHOME points to
> > http://kde.ground.cz/tiki-index.php?page=Environment+Variables
> Yet another reason why we shouldn't store users data in the KDEHOME
> directory. Or, perhaps we could also have a KDEDATA directory
> environment directory and by default they could both be: "~/.kde".
> Here this user has a problem. If he has two different KDEHOMEs, where
> does he put his mail, calendar, etc. data?
Manuel Amador <rudd-o at amautacorp.com>
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