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Monday, March 14th 2005, 3:58pm

Author: Pasi Niemela

Copying Kmenu content

That was it! I just copied .kde/share directory, made some file owner changes and now I have two user accounts with similar desktop environment. This was done in RedHat WS3. Thank you guys! Pasi.

Thursday, March 10th 2005, 8:29am

Author: Pasi Niemela

X window decorations in KDE

Updating KDE to 3.3 might be one solution. But still I wonder if there is a way to control the outlook of X application from server side in following situation. X client application in macine A needs user intervention. Unfortunately macine A dont have keyboard or display. So it has to send its user interface to machine B over TCP/IP network. B is a Linux running KDE so it is capable to act as a X server. In case there are many client machines (A) and only one server (B) it might be clever to con...

Thursday, March 10th 2005, 8:20am

Author: Pasi Niemela

Copying Kmenu content

Yes! I agree it propably saves changes somewhere. Now we just have to dig out where the somewhere is located. Pasi.

Wednesday, March 9th 2005, 8:48am

Author: Pasi Niemela

Copying Kmenu content

I have created a user account, lets say operator1, and manually edited KMenu to to suit operator needs. I created menu with kmenuedit program. Now I want to create a new account, operator2, and this new operator2 should have equal menu as operator1. Is there a way to copy menu content from one user account to another? Pasi.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2005, 6:46pm

Author: Pasi Niemela

X window decorations in KDE

The problem is that KDE has been defined to be our desktop environment. We have some custom made SW that takes advance close relation between QT and KDE. I want to know if there is a similar way to configure KDE appearance as there is with Motif window manager using xrdb and .Xdefaults file. See advanced section in www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~help/downloads/ introduction/X_users_guide.pdf X client is running in AIX machine with some other display manager than KDE. So using kstart is out of question. And e...

Wednesday, March 2nd 2005, 6:55am

Author: Pasi Niemela

X window decorations in KDE

I'm desperately trying to figure out how to create application window without any borders. The X server is XFree86 version 11.0 KDE version is 3.1.3-6.2 Red Hat Kernel version is 2.3.21-4.EL X client is a AIX machine. When X server in my computer accepts a request from REMOTE client, my server needs to create a window without borders. I also need to get rid of line containing "menu, minimize, maximize and close" In motif window manager this was propably done with following line in .Xdefaults fil...