making configuration read-only?
alepic at geckoblu.net
Mon Feb 6 11:07:29 CET 2023
On Sat, Jan 28, 2023 at 10:44 AM Ulli Horlacher <
framstag at rus.uni-stuttgart.de> wrote:
> I administrate some PCs for people with very few computer knowledge.
> These PCs run Mint 21 with Xfce 4.16).
> The problem is that my users sometimes unintentional change their Xfce
> configuration and then they do not know how to make it undo.
> For example, one of my users has deleted the workspace switcher from his
> panel. I have to reinstall it.
> Is it possible to change the owner of the configuration files, so my users
> cannot manipulate anymore their settings?
> For which files/directories shall I do a "chown root:root"?
> Ullrich Horlacher Server und Virtualisierung
> Rechenzentrum TIK
> Universitaet Stuttgart E-Mail: horlacher at tik.uni-stuttgart.de
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> 70569 Stuttgart (Germany) WWW: http://www.tik.uni-stuttgart.de/
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