GConf 2 for Debian ================== The default GConf sources accessed by the GConf daemon are the following, in order: * /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.mandatory/ Mandatory settings set by the administrator. You can edit them with gconf-editor, as root, to override any user settings. * /var/lib/gconf/debian.mandatory/ This directory contains mandatory settings provided by Debian, CDD or local packages. Mandatory settings are shipped in /usr/share/gconf/mandatory and set by update-gconf-defaults (see the documentation for defaults next). * ~/.gconf/ The user's settings. * /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults/ Default settings set by the administrator. Edit them as root with gconf-editor. * /var/lib/gconf/debian.defaults/ This directory contains some defaults provided by Debian, CDD or local packages. Packages should install their defaults in the /usr/share/gconf/defaults/ directory. The files in this directory can follow one of two formats, which is determined based on the naming pattern: - NN_package: simple key/value pairings - NN_package.entries: standard gconftool -R format xml dump NN should be 10 for Debian packages, 20 for CDD packages, and larger for site-specific packages. The contents of /var/lib/gconf/debian.defaults/ can be regenerated using the update-gconf-defaults command, which is done in the package's post-installation script. * /var/lib/gconf/defaults/ This directory contains the defaults computed from the upstream schemas that lie in /usr/share/gconf/schemas. This is done by the gconf-schemas script in the package's post-installation script. All system directories use a %gconf-tree.xml file containing the whole structure, for performance reasons. The upgrade from the previous situation (tree of %gconf.xml files) is done in gconf2 2.12.1-5. By default, the home directory structure is created as a tree layout since it improves write performance. If you want to use a merged tree on the home directory, you should run the following command: gconf-merge-tree ~/.gconf/
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