Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 447144
conf files in home dir are in the wrong place
Last modified: 2009-07-14 12:29:03 EDT
Description of problem: If I log into 1 type of linux, like redhat 6.0 and then
log into fedora9 or rhel5 it jacks up all my gnome settings.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): All of them
How reproducible: everytime
Steps to Reproduce:
1. log in to 1 version of redhat or fedora
2. log in to another version of redhat or fedora
Actual results: everything gets messed up
Expected results: everything not getting messed up. You should put conf files
in a Dist owned dir something like:
/home/dumbprogrammer/.slack12.1/.kde #thats what i said?!?
Then if I wanted to share a conf file between distros I could put it in my home
in the "bad" place and make link to it. I haven't noticed to many problems with
console apps, a little from vim and a few others but in gnome, and kde it is a
serious problem. It causes crashes too.
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