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Month: June 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Systems administrators: Administer Linux with Trinity desktop tools

From: Francois Andriot <francois.andriot@...>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2012 22:19:50 +0200
Le 27/06/2012 21:49, Darrell Anderson a écrit :
> I found the following article interesting:
> Trinity does most of this. I was thinking we could write a similar article for our community wiki.
> Questions:
> * How to set default file manager (konqueror) viewing preferences for all users? (Figure 4). The author did not imply setting such default options globally for all users was possible in GNOME, I'm just asking whether that is possible in Trinity.
> * Does Trinity provide a GUI tool to manage system services (not Trinity services)?
> Darrell

Hello, I did not look in details, but you can administer user's profile 
with kiosktool.

Or you can manually create global TDE configuration files in 
/opt/trinity/share/config .
The global files are exactly the same as ~/.trinity/config/.
There is also a special syntax in these files (I do not remember now, 
something like appending [$i]) that can prevent user to override global 

About system services, there is a "ksysv" utility in kdeadmin, but as 
its name says, it is managing SYSV services, not the newer systemd...