sofar at lunar-linux.org
Thu Jul 7 11:20:33 CEST 2005
Rinaldi J. Montessi wrote:
>Svein Halvor Halvorsen wrote:
>>* Olivier Fourdan [2005-07-06 21:50 +0200]
>>> It's not the way it works actually. The name "defaults" is admittedly
>>> misleading, it's rather the data used as fall-back. The MCS plugin
>>> takes precedence over all other settings.
>>Then I honestly think that this behaviour is broken (regardless if it's by
>>design). Xfce is far less viable as a windows manager and desktop
>>environment for cases like mine, where one would like to deploy a
>>site-wide default configuration for all users.
>I may be out in left field, but isn't this what /etc/skel is used for?
>Setting an environment for new users?
yes, read 'man useradd', especially the -m section.
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