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Re: KDE4.4 desktop customization for multiple users.

Thank You for Your great work You have performed, Scott,
among other You wrote:

>I copied the files as root to /etc/skel in the first place.... so
>permissions are as they should be. No chmod required
>NOTE: I don't have session saving enabled and I remove all histories
>before copying the modelusers .kde files to /etc/skel. All this does is
>allow me to have new users inherit styles, themes and configs - *not*
>enforce non-default permissions.

I still can not understand the permission problem - how You bypass it -
for, having copied the model user files and having some of them, the
dir.s permission set to 700 (for example, ~/.kde/share) - how a newly
created user can ever read from those dir.s and copy the files/dir.s to
its home dir.?

I do not need a script to perform such simple task here (sorry, but
others may ever need it as it is stored in the list archive) - just
want to understand how things work.

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