Call for aid to the Girl Scouts
linuxer at ptd.net
Sat Jun 22 17:48:11 CEST 2002
On Mon, 2002-06-17 at 04:01, Olivier Fourdan wrote:
> Well, actually, it's in the man page :
> $ man xfce
> ENVIRONMENT VARIABLE
> XFCE_DATA: By default, xfce looks for its data in the
> directory specified at compile time. This directory can
> be overridden with the environment variable XFCE_DATA.
> DISABLE_XFCE_USER_CONFIG: When set to 1 or yes, xfce won't
> allow any user specific configuration, it will not even
> read user's configuration. This is for people using xfce
> on "set top boxes" or for making a terminal publicly
> But who reads man pages nowadays ?
Thanks Oliver. I should have looked in man pages.
I was unable to install any Linux on the machines that were donated to
the Girl Scouts. They were old IBM Pentium machines. I tried three
different releases of RedHat and three different Mandrake versions. The
kernels would load in memory, but the installers would choke and give
signal 9 or signal 7.
They are expecting some Pentium II generic boxes from another donor. I
expect to be successful with those when they arrive.
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