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Month: November 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] KDE Profile /etc/kde-profile/

From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2012 15:28:50 -0800 (PST)
> When i talk to kde profile, i speak of /etc/kde-profile defined in kderc and
> kde-user-profile. I'm using Trinity 3.5.13 on debian.
> > I use kde profile in order to manage menu, wallpaper ... and i would like tu use the env
> > folder. If i create : $HOME/.trinirty/env/, it works but not in the kde profile.
> > I have found in the startkde where $HOME/.trinity/env, /opt/trinity/env where used but not my
> > profile folder. Thanks for your help.
> Which version of Trinity are you using? 3.5.13? GIT?
> Bear in mind that the default profile directory is
> $HOME/.trinity and not $HOME/.kde, $HOME/.kde3, etc.
> Posting the contents of might help. :)

Does Trinity support running scripts from a global env location? Probably but I'm being rhetorical as I don't know the answer. Perhaps filing a bug report is the best way to keep this problem active?

Just a thought, is the script stored in your global env location executable by all users (chmod 777)?