Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Friday 30 January 2009 19:04:53 Rex Dieter wrote:
>> Anne Wilson wrote:
>>> Rex, some time ago you told me the best way to start gpg-agent under
>>> Fedora. Unfortunately I can't find the message, and I have problems
>>> with agent on the F10 netbook and the newly repaired CentOS 5.2 box.
>>> If you could tell me again I'll make sure that it is easily found - a
>>> gpg page has been started on userbase, so I could put it there.
>> Here's what we use:
>> gnupg2's packaging in epel currently includes these too, but I'm
>> waffling on whether to continue that or not (we went away from that in
>> fedora awhile ago, in favor of support in the kde-settings pkg).
> Thanks, Rex. And these go in the user's .kde/env and .kde/shutdown
> directories? The 'eval' starter and 'shutdown' scripts I used long
> in those directories don't seem to work with more modern distros.
Stock kde (including RHEL) doesn't support /etc/kde/(env,shutdown), only
But all kde's should honor ~/.kde/(env,shutdown)... Though, some
distros use ~/.kde4 instead, maybe that it's it?
The code for groking these are all in /usr/bin/startkde
OK, thanks. The important thing is to make it easy to find the info.
Hopefully userbase will achieve this.