Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] gconf ??? whats up
- From: tom <twickline1 triad rr com>
- To: gnomemeeting-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] gconf ??? whats up
- Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2002 07:40:07 -0500
Damien Sandras wrote:
> Please try to run as root :
> gconftool --install-schema-file /etc/gconf/schemas/gnomemeeting.schema
That does not work here.
Here is my /etc/gconf/1/path file
# This file stores the addresses of config sources for GConf
# When a value is stored or requested, the sources are scanned from top to
# bottom, and the first one to have a value for the key (or the first one
# to be writeable) is used to load/store the data.
# See the GConf manual for details
# Look first in systemwide mandatory settings directory
# (commented out until xml backend knows how to be read-only for users)
# Now see where users want us to look - basically the user can stick
# sources in a ~/.gconf.path file and they're inserted here
Give users a default storage location, ~/.gconf
# Finally, look at the systemwide defaults
# (commented out for now)
I can get it to run as root but not as tom ):
> and tell us if it fixes the problem. I can't test here as I have no
> Redhat here.
> Thanks for your help.
> le mer 27-02-2002 à 11:01, tom a écrit :
> > Hello,
> > I have Gconf installed on my RH 7.2 system but I get this error that I
> > need to check permissions or my set-up
> > well permissions are good . And just how do i go about setting it up ???
> > Support for it is great but when it keeps it from running when you have
> > it installed stinks !!!
> > Cant it look at the default settings and still run ?
> > Can someone help this happless fool ????//
> > Tom
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> _ Damien Sandras
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