xfce in kiosks

Aleš Jagodnik ajagodnik at volja.net
Thu Dec 30 19:59:48 CET 2004

Try changing ownership of . (dot) files to root + appropriate 
permissions so that the files can be read. It is rather crude but it 
works :-).

Bob Ramsey wrote:

> Hi,
> I would like to set up some kiosk machines for students and use xfce 
> as the window manager because of its speed and appearance.  I've got 
> things pretty tightly locked down, but I'm having trouble changing the 
> menu that pops up when the user right clicks on the panel.  I don't 
> want the users adding or removing anything from the panel once I get 
> it customized for them.
> These machines are intended to just be left on and logged in as a 
> generic round the clock, not rebooted between each user.
> I tried setting the files +i to make them immutable, but that didn't 
> work (although I might be misremembering the correct syntax for 
> chattr:  chattr -R +i *).
> Any ideas?
> Thanks,
> Bob
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