Re: discontiguous multihead and gnome

Found another solution actually:


--- Havoc Pennington <hp redhat com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 23, 2003 at 03:09:55PM -0800, Alex Deucher wrote:
> > would gnome remember each instance?  if I had different
> > themes/background/numbers of panels, etc. would it associate that
> with
> > a  screen or would it just be a duplicate of the local session if I
> > were to restart?  for instance, if I regularly started gnome on my
> > local display and then started it on a remote display, would each
> > display remember it's respective settings?
> > 
> You could try this by using the $(ENV_) feature of ~/.gconfd/path,
> perhaps, in combination with the GCONF_LOCAL_LOCKS environment
> variable (or only logging in one place at a time).
> has assorted docs.
> Basic idea would be to use ~/.gconf-$(ENV_SOMETHING) instead of
> ~/.gconf/
> I've never tried it, but maybe you could convince it to work, if you
> are fairly technical. It's not going to "just work" though.
> Havoc

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