re: panel

> > nothing seems to save, i.e. each time i start, i
> > get a message "no panel was found" and a panel is created.
> > The panel main menu has no icons until i reset it with its
> > configuration, allowing icons in the panel. 
> This is a problem with gconf2, as installed by GARNOME 0.10.1. The
> $(prefix)/etc/gconf/2/path file contains only two config database entries,
> and both are marked as "readonly". The first one contains mandatory
> settings; the second contains default settings. You want to insert between
> those two entries:
> include "$(HOME)/.gconf.path"
> xml:readwrite:$(HOME)/.gconf
> This creates the proper reference to your personal configuration
> database. It also gives you a writeable database. If you are upgrading
> from a previous GNOME2/GARNOME installation, this will recover your
> previous settings as well.

It was like that.  here is the snip of the gconf file

Here ---------------------------
# Now see where users want us to look - basically the user can stick
# sources in a ~/.gconf.path file and they're inserted here
include "$(HOME)/.gconf.path"

# Give users a default storage location, ~/.gconf


Of the file path in
(so my prefix is /opt)

Is there any command to see if it is actually loading the file?
~/.gconf does exist, but ~/.gconf.path doesnt.
Am i supposed to create it, or should gconf have automatically created

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