[K12OSN] Editing GUI Menus for Clients
gerrylist at drouillard.ca
Fri Oct 10 19:26:57 UTC 2008
Jamie Lists wrote:
> I'd like to be able to control the GUI menus for client machines. For
> instance take out the Administration stuff, or the terminal
> I'm assuming i could edit an account and then copy all it's files to
> /etc/skel. But it's not obvious how to even do that. Could some one
> point me to a how to or some docs on that?
-My lts.conf file is:
Anybody looking for a kiosk type of setup? The following file may help
you out: /etc/X11/Xsession.d/10KioskCleanUp
if [ `stat -c %G $HOME` == guest ]; then
for goodbye in `ls -A $HOME/.`
do if [ ! -e "/home/doNotDelete/$goodbye" ]; then
rm -fR "$HOME/$goodbye"
chmod 700 $HOME
cp -r /etc/skel/* $HOME
cp -r /etc/skel/.[a-z]* $HOME
chown -R "$USER:guest" $HOME
Basically, anybody a member of guest gets their directory blown away on
I use a generic account to create the screen menus and settings. Then I
copy the appropiate directories (basically .gconf) to /home/doNotDelete.
The /home/doNotDelete looks like:
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