On Tuesday 04 August 2009 16:22:01 Rex Dieter wrote:
Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Tuesday 04 August 2009 03:23:55 Kevin Kofler wrote:
>> I have noticed that kde-filesystem owns the following (empty)
>> directories: /etc/kde4
>> My question is: Why???
>> KDE 4 looks in /etc/kde just like KDE 3 does, /etc/kde4 is ignored
>> entirely, as `kde4-config --path config` will confirm to you. The 3
>> empty subdirectories seem completely unused as well.
>> If anything is trying to install to those directories, it needs to be
>> fixed to install to /etc/kde instead!
>> I propose we remove /etc/kde4 from kde-filesystem effective immediately.
> /etc/kde4 is not empty here. Startup and shutdown files for gpg are
> there, although they are also in /etc/kde. Please check that removing
> /etc/kde4 will not break gpg startup.
/etc/kde4 isn't used anywhere. If there's stuff in there, you may have
put there yourself.
Future versions of kde-filesystem will no longer include it.
OK, that's fine. I probably did when, at the beginning, gpg wasn't working
properly. I would have played safe and put it in both, I guess.
Thanks for answering.
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