mblinn at peopleplaces.org
Thu Dec 14 18:11:41 UTC 2006
I've done it. Works like a charm. The other thing you can do is look
into 'sabayon' which sets all kinds of defaults.
> My understanding Mel is that the easiest method is by creating a dummy
> user and configuring all you want 'default' with that user and then
> copy all of their config files to the /skel folder, which is where
> defaults come from when creating new users.
> If anyone that has actually DONE this could confirm or correct that'd
> be great, as I have never done this, just going by memory from
> previous posts on the topic.
> Mel Wade wrote:
>> Thanks for the enlightenment... I'll sit tight with the version I have.
>> I'm still looking for how to set homepages, etc system wide.
>> This is and area where moving from Windows is difficult... In
>> windows I could do a lot with policies (even for Firefox), but I
>> don't see an equivelent on Linux.
>> Mel Wade
>> "The real problem is not whether machines think but whether men do."
>> - BF Skinner
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