kcontrol kcmshell "privacy"

Kevin Krammer kevin.krammer at gmx.at
Fri Feb 9 21:39:15 GMT 2007

On Friday 09 February 2007 22:32, Philip Rodrigues wrote:
> >> If you just want the settings changed, your best bet is to edit the
> >> config
> >> files manually, or using kwriteconfig. Most KDE config files are
> >> stored in
> >> ~/.kde/share/config . If you really want to have the "clicking the
> >> boxes"
> >> done automatically, you can try froglogic's squish or kdexecutor
> >> from, um,
> >> some other company. They're both commercial software, but you might
> >> find
> >> they have licensing terms to your liking.
> >
> > Sorry but I don't use a commercial software to "click a box"
> You're welcome :-/.
> Anyway, perhaps I should have been clearer. First, I have no affiliation
> with either of those companies, so I'm not advertising on their behalf or
> anything. Second, ISTR that they both offer a free (as in beer) version for
> KDE development, which is what I was thinking of when I said they might
> have licensing terms that suit you.

If I may: I think it will get as further if we know about the actual goal of 
the automation process, i.e. what should be set, changed, removed, etc.


Kevin Krammer, KDE developer, xdg-utils developer
KDE user support, developer mentoring
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