Making a "world wide" configuration?
- From: Thierry Dumont <tdumont lan univ-lyon1 fr>
- To: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Making a "world wide" configuration?
- Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 10:47:32 +0200
I explain my problem: we have about 150 users on our server. I want
to make them all switch to gnome (as kde 2 is terrific!).
I want to be able to fix a starting configuration for every user:
for example: using sawfish, using a predefined theme and colours
(we use x-terminals...).
How to do this? the first idea is to copy all my .gnome* directories
and the .sawfish directory to each user; but this is not good, as many
files contain references to my home directory, or to my own mail
directory. Ok, I can make a script to change this, but this not a very
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