Solution for OEMs/Gnome
daniel.carrera at zmsl.com
Wed Apr 12 12:13:00 UTC 2006
Stanislav Brabec wrote:
> If you will start gconf-editor as a root, you are able to change all
> these settings for all users. It's easy and intuitive to define here
> most aspects of GNOME (well, except default panel, which is extremely
> unintuitive here).
But the things I want to define are not on the gconf-editor. I want to
put an icon on the panel.
> But configuration of default panel in gconf-editor is very, very
> Default panel is actually defined in
> $sysconfdir/gconf/schemas/panel-default-setup.entries. I am not sure,
> what is an intuitive way to change it.
I'm dumb today, I don't understand this. How exactly would I change the
default panel configuration? Are you suggesting that I edit a config
file by hand or that I use gconf-editor? On gconf-editor, under schemas,
I don't see any entry for 'panel'.
> In general:
> Having a chance to configure important things for all users as a root
> without touching home directories is a reasonable feature. If you find
> interesting things not configurable, please fill a Bugzilla entry.
How do I do that though? I don't want to login to X as root, and
gconf-editor doesn't seem to give me any options for adding an icon to
/\/_/ A life? Sounds great!
\/_/ Do you know where I could download one?
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