Log off script

James Richard Tyrer tyrerj at acm.org
Fri Feb 1 14:31:06 GMT 2008

Kevin Krammer wrote:
> On Thursday 31 January 2008, James Richard Tyrer wrote:
>> KDE now has drop in shell directories although they don't have the
>> correct UNIX type names (*.d):
> Actually they don't have to be scripts, they are not executed but "sourced" 
> from the startkde script.

We are missing something here.  The files don't need to be executable, 
but *.sh files must be files containing shell code -- I call those 

Can you source binary executables?
>> Note the asymmetry.  The startup MUST be a shell script with the 'sh'
>> extension and there are only two locations for them (user & global).
>> The shutdown can be any executable and they can be in a subdirectory:
>> "shutdown" of any of the directories in KDEDIRS.
> The last part is also true for the env/ environment extenders.

[jrt at localhost Files]$ kde-config --path exe | tr : '\n'

I don't think so.


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