kevin.krammer at gmx.at
Mon Nov 8 10:19:36 GMT 2004
On Monday 08 November 2004 02:18, J Hall wrote:
> On Monday 08 November 2004 12:23, Mark Walker wrote:
> Yes, you can configure KDE to your liking and then copy the configuration
> to the other users. On most distros KDE personalisations are stored in
> ~/.kde. Once you have the configuration to your liking the simplest way is
> to copy it to /etc/skel, where it will be copied to new users home
> directories on creating their accounts using useradd. I'm not sure how that
> fits into gui tools like YaST, but I'm sure that information is enough to
> get you started :)
Also have a look at the sysadmin section on the KDE website:
Some configuration items could be changed at the global config level or an
intermediate level (utilizing directory listing in KDEDIRS)
Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer at gmx.at>
Qt/KDE Developer, Debian User
www.mrunix.de - German Unix/Linux programming forum
www.qtforum.org - Qt programming forum
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