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Month: November 2012


From: russell@... (Russell Brown)
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2012 18:04:18 +0000 (GMT)
Is kiosktool meant to work in Trinity ? It doesn't seem to
change anything in /etc/kde-profile

If I do the following:-

(logged in as user name xtest)
touch /tmp/marker
kiosktool (and delete the Multimedia menu)
find / -xdev -newer /tmp/marker

I would expect to see a list of the files changed by kiosktool in /etc....

but what I get is:-

lapcat:~xtest% find / -xdev -newer /tmp/marker

If I go back into kiosktool, the Multimedia menu is still enabled.

In kiosktool Settings, I have it set to save all profiles in
/etc/kde-profile (as I've always done with KDE3).

In addition to actually changing the profile...  I can't see where the
profile gets set.  Nothing I can find in /opt/trinity uses
kiosktool-kdedirs to set the right KDEDIRS for a given user/group.

Am I flogging a dead horse here?

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