Re: export/save keyboard shortcuts

Try to use gconftool / gconftool-2 to do this.
This tool can modify every gconf record without changing other stuff. It
can read records on a machine, with a script, you can dump it to a file,
and on the other machine, with an other script you can write these
changes to the gconf database. I hope I was clear, as I haven't slept
too much this night. .)


On Tue, May 23, 2006 at 10:49:34PM +1000, mike arnott wrote:
> Hi all,
> Does anyone know how to save/export the user defined keyboard
> shortcuts?  I have
> searched high and low for a way to do this.  I use many different ubuntu
> machines and would like to script the customisation of them by copying
> files.
> I tried md5'ing everything in ~/ , then changing a shortcut and seeing
> what changed.  As far as I could tell it was only ~/.gconfd/saved_state
> that changed.  However, copying and overwriting this file on another
> machine did not work.  Any suggestions?
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