Re: Multiple Gnome Menus

On Mon, 2007-10-29 at 09:54 -0700, Leslie Satenstein wrote:
> Is there a way for me to create a subset menu from the default Gnome
> menu? I want to prevent regular users from seeing the sytem menus and
> entries belonging to a privileged user.

I didn't use it myself yet, but I believe Sabayon should do what you are
asking for.

> Actually, using the root logon, I would really like gnome default menu
> to have a "hide" entry button against each option. A user with full
> access rights (root, or sudo user), would see all the hidden entries,
> whereas the regular (normal) user would see only the non-hidden
> subset.

Sabayon can do better than just classify users as privileged and
unprivileged. You can have multiple groups with different needs.

Also, IMHO root should never be required to run something like a
full-blown graphical desktop...


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