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    move over to using 'dconf compile' and file-db · feb6ddaf
    Allison Karlitskaya authored
    Instead of installing keyfiles in /etc and running 'dconf update' to
    generate the database in place (or requiring package system triggers to
    do so for us), just build the database in-tree using the new 'dconf
    compile' command.  We can install that in our pkgdatadir.
    
    dconf now also looks in XDG_DATA_DIRS in addition to /etc when finding
    profiles, so install ours there too.
    
    This makes gdm /etc-clean with respect to dconf.
    
    If users want to make additional customisations to the gdm login session
    then they should create their own dconf database in /etc/dconf and then
    replace the 'gdm' profile with one that references their new db (by way
    of /etc/dconf/profile/gdm, which is searched first).
    
    https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=722241
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