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Re: Kaboom

On Sun, Oct 25, 2009 at 8:33 PM, Diederik de Haas <didi.debian@cknow.org> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm trying to create my own Debian Live KDE image and try to resolve an issue wrt Kaboom.
> When the LiveCD starts up (testing with VirtualBox) a user 'live' gets created and that creates a
> sudo related file, which triggers Kaboom to run when KDE starts up.
> And that happens every time the LiveCD is started and is of course not what I want.
> This is the script part that creates that file:
> chroot /root sudo -u "${USERNAME}" sh -c "umask 0077 && mkdir -p /home/${USERNAME}/.kde/share/config
> && cat > /home/${USERNAME}/.kde/share/config/kdesurc" << EOF
> [super-user-command]
> super-user-command=sudo
> Why does kaboom think that I'm migrating from kde3 and how can I prevent that (since it's a new
> install straight from sid)?

It thinks that you are migrating because ~/.kde exists and
~/.local/kaboom doesn't. You can adjust this script to also call the
command "mkdir -p ~/.local && touch ~/.local/kaboom" to prevent kaboom
from starting.


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