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Saturday, December 9th 2006, 7:48am

Author: kendall_square_guy

RE: how to disable logout in k menu

You can either use the KDE Kiosk Tool ( or make changes to the KDE config files manually. Start with the kiosktool. Down the code, compile it as root, and run it as root, then setup a profile, and then assign the user(s) you want to that profile, and that's all!! Kiosktool will create KDE config files in /etc/kde-profiles and you can see them (they're text files) in /etc/kde-profiles/share/config (careful: some distros such as Suse put the files in /opt/k...

Saturday, December 9th 2006, 7:40am

Author: kendall_square_guy

RE: Problems setting display resolution

I'd recommend moving to Suse 10.1 - I had some video problems with 10.0 that were cleared up with 10.1. Make certain that there is no mention anywhere in /etc/X11/xorg.conf of the 1900x1200 resolution. It must be hiding in there somewhere. If not, maybe check $HOME/.xinitrc or $HOME/.xsession, if either of those files exist. (they may not) What X server are you using?? 6.8.2, or 6.9??

Saturday, December 9th 2006, 7:30am

Author: kendall_square_guy

how to lock down KDE and bypass KDE

I am running Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 4, Update 3, with kernel 2.6.9, Qt 3.3.3, and KDE 3.3.1. I wrote a GUI in C++ using Qt which simply displays the status of something to the user. The GUI doesn't use KDE at all, just Qt and the local filesystem. I setup a user account for running my program such that when the user logs in, KDE comes up and automatically launches a GUI-based software tool. (I did this by putting a link to my program in $HOME/.kde/Autostart) The tool runs full-screen an...