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Re: Enforcing some KDE configs

> On Tuesday 18 October 2011 01:46:50 Andrew Reid wrote:
> > I thought I could do this by putting the appropriate nepomukserverrc
> > and nepomukstrigirc files in /etc/kde4/share/config
> How about /etc/skel/ ?
> That's the place to configure defaults for new users, so I'm not sure if
> that's sth you can use.

  Thanks, that's a good thought -- we have an account template
for new users, and I had forgotten about it. 

  But, I still need to sovle the problem for existing users
migrating to KDE4 on their new "squeeze" workstations.

  Fortunately, by the Power of Posting, I have identified the dumb
thing I was doing -- it turns out I had typo'd the "KDEDIRS" 
environment variable in /etc/profile, so the overrides I had
put in /etc/kde4 weren't being used -- if you set the environment 
variable correctly, all of a sudden the documentation starts to 
make some sense.

  The docs are on techbase.kde.org, btw, and although some of 
the pages talk about kde3, they seem to apply to kde4 also.

                        -- A.
Andrew Reid / reidac@bellatlantic.net

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