Adjust global configuration for KDE?
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Tue Apr 4 04:16:44 BST 2006
Tristan Miller a écrit :
> I've just installed SuSE 10.0 and KDE on a system intended for multi-user
> use. Many of the users are novice computer users who will be confused by
> some of the default settings, such as the virtual desktop applet in the
> taskbar, and the myriad programs in the K Menu. I would like to make a
> default KDE configuration for all new user accounts which will load only a
> few necessary taskbar applets, and feature icons for some commonly used
> programs on the desktop. Can someone tell me how to do this? I don't
> want to have to manually configure the KDE settings for each new user
> account as it is created.
Learnt to do this a few days ago (btw: thanks to everybody who took
pains to explain, Kevin Krammer especially)
Two different ways.
1) Create a KDE environment as you would like it. Now copy your
kdeglobals file (~/.kde/share/config/kdeglobals IIRC) to the place where
global configuration happens. Here: /opt/kde/share/config/kdeglobals.
Thus, you create a default user setting which everyone is free to
2) Use /etc/skel. Place your entire ~/.kde directory in /etc/skel, and
then add a user with /etc/skel -> man useradd explains this, you'll have
to experiment a little bit.
Le Mas d'Aurouge
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