Commit 327191af authored by Petr Kovář's avatar Petr Kovář Committed by Petr Kovář

General updates to system-admin-guide

Update and reorg dconf pages. Fixes #4, fixes #3.

Update and re-include stub pages, reuse content from old patches
in BZ. Fixes #11, fixes #15, fixes #16.

Add missing authors & editors.

Enjoy.
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id="autostart-applications">
<info>
<link type="guide" xref="software#application" />
<revision pkgversion="3.12" date="2014-01-27" status="review"/>
<link type="guide" xref="software#management" />
<revision pkgversion="3.30" date="2019-02-08" status="draft"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Jana Svarova</name>
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<years>2014</years>
</credit>
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
<desc>How can I add an autostart application for all users?</desc>
</info>
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you need to create a <file>.desktop</file> file for that application in the
<file>/etc/xdg/autostart/</file> directory.</p>
<p>To manage autostart (startup) applications for individual users, use the
<app>gnome-session-properties</app> application.</p>
<steps>
<title>To add an autostart application for all users:</title>
<item><p>Create a <file>.desktop</file> file in the
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id="backgrounds-extra">
<info>
<link type="guide" xref="index#appearance" />
<revision pkgversion="3.8" date="2012-07-02" status="draft"/>
<link type="guide" xref="appearance" />
<revision pkgversion="3.30" date="2019-02-08" status="draft"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Matthias Clasen</name>
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<email>jana.svarova@gmail.com</email>
<years>2013</years>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Petr Kovar</name>
<email>pknbe@volny.cz</email>
<years>2019</years>
</credit>
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
<desc>How do I make extra backgrounds available to my users?</desc>
</info>
<title>Add extra backgrounds</title>
<p>You can make extra backgrounds available to users on your system:</p>
<steps>
<title>Set your extra background</title>
<item>
<p>Create a <var>filename</var>.xml file specifying your extra
background's appearance using the <em>org.gnome.desktop.background schemas</em>.
Here is a list of the most frequently used schemas; the full range of options
is to be found in the <sys>dconf-editor</sys> GUI or <sys>gsettings</sys> command-line utility.</p>
<table frame="top bottom" rules="all" shade="rows">
<title>org.gnome.desktop.background schemas GSettings Keys</title>
<tbody>
<tr>
<td><p>Key Name</p></td>
<td><p>Possible Values</p></td>
<td><p>Description</p></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><p>picture-options</p></td>
<td><p>"none", "wallpaper", "centered", "scaled", "stretched", "zoom", "spanned"</p></td>
<td><p>Determines how the image set by <var>wallpaper_filename</var> is rendered.</p></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><p>color-shading-type</p></td>
<td><p>"horizontal", "vertical", and "solid"</p></td>
<td><p>How to shade the background color.</p></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><p>primary-color</p></td>
<td><p>default: #023c88</p></td>
<td><p>Left or Top color when drawing gradients, or the solid color.</p></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><p>secondary-color</p></td>
<td><p>default: #5789ca</p></td>
<td><p>Right or Bottom color when drawing gradients, not used for solid color.</p></td>
</tr>
</tbody>
<p>You can make extra backgrounds available to users on your system by
following the steps below.</p>
<steps>
<title>Set extra backgrounds</title>
<item>
<p>Create an XML file, for example <file><var>filename</var>.xml</file>.
In this file, use keys from the <sys>org.gnome.desktop.background</sys>
GSettings schema to specify extra backgrounds and their appearance.</p>
<p>Below is a list of the most frequently used keys:</p>
<table frame="top bottom" rules="all" shade="rows">
<title>org.gnome.desktop.background schemas GSettings keys</title>
<tbody>
<tr>
<td><p>Key name</p></td>
<td><p>Possible values</p></td>
<td><p>Description</p></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><p>picture-options</p></td>
<td><p>"none", "wallpaper", "centered", "scaled", "stretched", "zoom", "spanned"</p></td>
<td><p>Determines how the image set by <var>wallpaper_filename</var> is rendered.</p></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><p>color-shading-type</p></td>
<td><p>"horizontal", "vertical", and "solid"</p></td>
<td><p>How to shade the background color.</p></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><p>primary-color</p></td>
<td><p>default: #023c88</p></td>
<td><p>Left or top color when drawing gradients, or the solid color.</p></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><p>secondary-color</p></td>
<td><p>default: #5789ca</p></td>
<td><p>Right or bottom color when drawing gradients, not used for solid color.</p></td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>
</item>
<item>
<p>Store the <var>filename</var>.xml file in the
<file>/usr/share/gnome-background-properties/</file> directory.</p>
</item>
</steps>
<p>When you click on your name in the top right corner and choose
<guiseq><gui>Settings</gui><gui>Personal</gui><gui>Background</gui></guiseq>,
you will see the new background available.</p>
<p>Look at the example and see how <em>org.gnome.desktop.background</em> GSettings keys
are implemented practically. Here is a sample <code>&lt;wallpaper&gt;</code> element.</p>
<p>You can view a complete list of <sys>org.gnome.desktop.background</sys>
keys and possible values using <app>dconf-editor</app> or the <cmd>gsettings</cmd>
command-line utility. See <link xref="gsettings-browse"/> for more information.
</p>
<p>Below is a sample <file><var>filename</var>.xml</file> file:</p>
<code><![CDATA[
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE wallpapers SYSTEM "gnome-wp-list.dtd">
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<scolor>#000000</scolor>
</wallpaper>
</wallpapers>
]]></code>
]]>
</code>
</item>
<item>
<p>Place the <file><var>filename</var>.xml</file> file in the
<file>/usr/share/gnome-background-properties/</file> directory.</p>
<p>Users will have the extra backgrounds available for configuration from
<guiseq><gui>Settings</gui> <gui>Background</gui></guiseq>.</p>
</item>
</steps>
<section id="backgrounds-extra-two-wallpapers">
<section id="backgrounds-extra-two-wallpapers">
<title>Specify multiple backgrounds</title>
<p>In one configuration file, you can specify multiple
<code>&lt;wallpaper&gt;</code> elements to add more backgrounds.</p>
<p>See the following example which shows an <sys>XML</sys> file with two
<code>&lt;wallpaper&gt;</code> elements, adding two different backgrounds:</p>
<p>See the following example with two <code>&lt;wallpaper&gt;</code> elements,
adding two different backgrounds:</p>
<code><![CDATA[
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
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<link type="seealso" xref="dconf-profiles" />
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf-lockdown" />
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf" />
<revision pkgversion="3.6" version="0.1" date="2012-05-21" status="draft"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.30" date="2019-02-08" status="draft"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Ryan Lortie</name>
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<email>kittykat3756@gmail.com</email>
<years>2013</years>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Petr Kovar</name>
<email>pknbe@volny.cz</email>
<years>2019</years>
</credit>
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
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<title>Custom default values for system settings</title>
<!-- TODO: reveiw against dconf-lockdown.page -->
<p>System-wide default settings can be set by providing a default for a key
in a <sys its:translate="no">dconf</sys> profile. These defaults can be
overridden by the user.</p>
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</comment>
<steps>
<title>An example demonstrating how to set the default background</title>
<title>An example setting the default background</title>
<item>
<p>Create the <file its:translate="no">user</file> profile:</p>
<listing its:translate="no">
<title><file>/etc/dconf/profile/user</file></title>
<code>user-db:user
system-db:local</code>
<code>
user-db:user
system-db:local
</code>
</listing>
<p><input its:translate="no">local</input> is the name of a
<sys its:translate="no">dconf</sys> database.</p>
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database which contains the default settings:</p>
<listing its:translate="no">
<title><file>/etc/dconf/db/local.d/01-background</file></title>
<code># <span its:translate="yes">dconf path</span>
<code>
# <span its:translate="yes">dconf path</span>
[org/gnome/desktop/background]
# <span its:translate="yes">dconf key names and their corresponding values</span>
picture-uri='file:///usr/local/share/backgrounds/wallpaper.jpg'
picture-options='scaled'
primary-color='000000'
secondary-color='FFFFFF'</code>
secondary-color='FFFFFF'
</code>
</listing>
</item>
<include href="dconf-snippets.xml"
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will be applied.</p>
</note>
<p>If you want to avoid creating the <sys its:translate="no">user</sys>
profile, you can use the <cmd>dconf</cmd> command-line utility to read and
write individual values or entire directories from and to a
<sys its:translate="no">dconf</sys> database. For more information, see the
<link its:translate="no" href="man:dconf"><cmd>dconf</cmd>(1)</link> man
page.</p>
</section>
</page>
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<info>
<link type="guide" xref="setup" />
<!-- <link type="seealso" xref="dconf-profiles" />-->
<revision pkgversion="3.9" date="2013-08-06" status="stub"/>
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf" />
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf-profiles" />
<revision pkgversion="3.30" date="2019-02-08" status="review"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Ryan Lortie</name>
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<name>Aruna Sankaranarayanan</name>
<email>aruna.evam@gmail.com</email>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Petr Kovar</name>
<email>pknbe@volny.cz</email>
<years>2019</years>
</credit>
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
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<title>Control system settings with keyfiles</title>
<comment>
<cite date="2013-08-06" href="mailto:mdhillca@gmail.com">Michael Hill</cite>
<p>Separate page incorporating description from dconf.page.stub and
paragraph from dconf-favorite-applications#all-users, but including an
example?</p>
<p>To support the ability to configure the system with a text editor,
<sys its:translate="no">dconf</sys> has introduced
<em>keyfile directories</em>. For any given system database, a corresponding
directory can be created (with ".d" added to the filename, for example
<file>/etc/dconf/db/local.d</file>).</p>
</comment>
<p>System database files, located in
<file its:translate="no">/etc/dconf/db</file>, cannot be edited because
they are written in GVDB format. In order to change system settings using a
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recent than the one on the database file,
<sys its:translate="no">dconf</sys> regenerates the
<code>system-db</code> file and sends a notification to the system
<sys>Dbus</sys>, which in turn notifies all running applications to
<sys>D-Bus</sys>, which in turn notifies all running applications to
reread their settings.</p>
</note>
<p>The group name in the keyfile references a
<link href="https://developer.gnome.org/GSettings/">GSettings schema ID</link>.
For example, <code>org/gnome/desktop/background</code> references the
schema <code>org.gnome.desktop.background</code>, which contains the key
<code>picture-uri</code>.</p>
<p>The values under a group are expected in
<link href="https://developer.gnome.org/glib/stable/gvariant-text.html">serialized
GVariant form</link>.</p>
</page>
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<info>
<link type="guide" xref="user-settings#lockdown" />
<link type="guide" xref="setup" />
<!-- <link type="seealso" xref="dconf-profiles" />-->
<revision version="0.1" date="2012-05-21" status="review"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.8" date="2013-04-26" status="review"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.15" date="2015-02-13" status="review"/>
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf" />
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf-profiles" />
<revision pkgversion="3.30" date="2019-02-08" status="review"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Ryan Lortie</name>
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<email>kittykat3756@gmail.com</email>
<years>2013, 2015</years>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Petr Kovar</name>
<email>pknbe@volny.cz</email>
<years>2019</years>
</credit>
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
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<title>Lock down specific settings</title>
<!-- TODO: reveiw against dconf-custom-defaults.page -->
<p>By using the lockdown mode in dconf, you can prevent users from changing
specific settings. Without locking down the system settings, user settings
take precedence over the system settings.</p>
<p>To <em>lock down</em> a <sys its:translate="no">dconf</sys> key, you will
need to create a <file its:translate="no">locks</file> subdirectory in the
keyfile directory. The files inside this directory contain a list of keys to
lock. Just as with the
<!--<link xref="dconf-keyfiles">-->keyfiles<!--</link>-->, you may add any
number of files to this directory. Here is an example of what one might look
like:</p>
<p>To <em>lock down</em> a <sys its:translate="no">dconf</sys> key or subpath,
you will need to create a <file its:translate="no">locks</file> subdirectory
in the keyfile directory. The files inside this directory contain a list of
keys or subpaths to lock. Just as with the <link xref="dconf-keyfiles">keyfiles</link>,
you may add any number of files to this directory.</p>
<steps>
<title>Lock a setting</title>
<item>
<p>Before you can lock down a key, you need to set it. This example shows
how to lock <link xref="desktop-background">a background setting</link>
once it has been set. At this point, you should have
<p>Before you can lock down a key or subpath, you need to set it. This
example shows how to lock <link xref="desktop-background">a background
setting</link> once it has been set.</p>
<p>At this point, you should have
<link xref="dconf-profiles">a <sys>user</sys> profile</link> and
<link xref="dconf-keyfiles">a keyfile</link> with the settings that you
want to lock down.</p>
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<item>
<p>Create a file in the
<file its:translate="no">/etc/dconf/db/local.d/locks/</file> directory
and list one key per line. For example, create
and list one key or subpath per line. For example, create
<file its:translate="no">/etc/dconf/db/local.d/locks/00_default-wallpaper</file>:</p>
<code its:translate="no">
# <span its:translate="yes">prevent changes to the background</span>
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xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
</steps>
<note>
<p>As of <app its:translate="no">dconf</app> 0.7.4, lockdown is only
supported on a per-key basis for performance reasons; you may not yet lock
entire subpaths. There are plans to address this in future releases.</p>
</note>
</page>
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<info>
<link type="guide" xref="setup" />
<link type="guide" xref="login#management" />
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf-profiles" />
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf-custom-defaults" />
<revision version="0.1" date="2013-03-19" status="draft"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.8" date="2013-05-09" status="review"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.12" date="2014-06-17" status="review"/>
......
<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
type="topic" style="task"
id="dconf-profiles">
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<link type="guide" xref="setup" />
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf-custom-defaults" />
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf" />
<revision version="0.1" date="2013-03-25" status="draft"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.30" date="2019-02-08" status="incomplete"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Ryan Lortie</name>
<email>desrt@desrt.ca</email>
<years>2012</years>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Jana Švárová</name>
<email>jana.svarova@gmail.com</email>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Petr Kovar</name>
<email>pknbe@volny.cz</email>
<years>2019</years>
</credit>
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
<desc>This page gives detailed information about profile selection.</desc>
<desc>Detailed information about profile and profile selection.</desc>
</info>
<title>Select a profile</title>
<p>On startup, <sys>dconf</sys> consults the DCONF_PROFILE environment
variable. If set, <sys>dconf</sys> attempts to open the named profile and
aborts if that fails. If the environment variable is not set,
<sys>dconf</sys> attempts to open the profile named “user”. If that
fails, it will fall back to an internal hard-wired configuration.</p>
<title>Profiles</title>
<p>A <em>profile</em> is a list of configuration databases. The first
database in a profile is the write-to database and the remaining databases
are read-only. Each of the system databases is generated from a keyfile
directory. Each keyfile directory contains one or more keyfiles. Each keyfile
contains at least one dconf path and one or more keys and the corresponding
values.</p>
<p>Key pairs which are set in a <sys>dconf</sys> <em>profile</em> will
override the default settings unless there is a problem with the value that
you have set.</p>
<p>You will usually want your <sys>dconf</sys> profile to consist of a
<em>user database</em> and at least one system database. The profile must
list one database per line.</p>
<p>The first line in a profile is the database that changes are written to. It
is usually <code>user-db:<input>user</input></code>. <input>user</input> is
the name of the user database which can normally be found in
<file>~/.config/dconf</file>.</p>
<p>Each line in a profile specifies one <sys>dconf</sys> database. The first
line indicates the database used to write changes, and the remaining lines
indicate read-only databases. Here is an example:</p>
<code>
<p>A <code>system-db</code> line specifies a system database. These databases
are found in <file>/etc/dconf/db/</file>.</p>
<example>
<listing>
<title>Sample profile</title>
<code its:translate="no">
user-db:user
system-db:local
system-db:site
system-db:<input>local</input>
system-db:<input>site</input>
</code>
</listing>
</example>
<!-- TODO: explain the profile syntax (maybe new page) -->
<!--TODO: explain local and site -->
<note style="important">
<note style="important">
<p>The <sys>dconf</sys> profile for a session is determined at login, so users
will have to log out and log in to apply a new <sys>dconf</sys> user profile
to their session.</p>
</note>
</note>
<section id="dconf-profiles">
<title>Select a profile</title>
<p>On startup, <sys>dconf</sys> consults the <sys>DCONF_PROFILE</sys>
environment variable. The variable can specify a relative path to a file in
<file>/etc/dconf/profile/</file>, or an absolute path, for example, to the
user's home directory.</p>
<p>If the environment variable is set, <sys>dconf</sys> attempts to open the
named profile and aborts if that fails. If the variable is not set,
<sys>dconf</sys> attempts to open the profile named “user”. If that
fails, it will fall back to an internal hard-wired configuration.</p>
</section>
</page>
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<info>
<link type="guide" xref="setup" />
<revision pkgversion="3.8" date="2013-08-08" status="incomplete"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.14" date="2014-06-17" status="incomplete"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.30" date="2019-02-08" status="incomplete"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Ekaterina Gerasimova</name>
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<email>jcampbell@gnome.org</email>
<years>2014</years>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Petr Kovar</name>
<email>pknbe@volny.cz</email>
<years>2019</years>
</credit>
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
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<p>To give you an idea of the power of <sys>dconf</sys> within GNOME, a
<sys>dconf</sys> key exists for most every setting that a user can click on
in the GNOME desktop or in any GNOME application. In addition to this, there
are some system and application settings that cant even be changed from
are some system and application settings that cannot even be changed from
within the user interface, but which <em>can</em> be changed by using
<sys>dconf</sys>.</p>
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will help you to customize GNOME and GNOME-based applications to best suit
the needs of your particular environment.</p>
<!-- TODO: changes are written to the first database in the list, but
multiple databases can be writable. -->
<p>A <em>profile</em> is a list of configuration databases. The first
database in a profile is the write-to database and the remaining databases
are read-only. Each of the system databases is generated from a key file
directory. Each key file directory contains one or more key files. Each key
file contains at least one dconf path and one or more keys and the
corresponding values.</p>
<p>Key pairs which are set in a <sys>dconf</sys> <em>profile</em> will
override the default settings unless there is a problem with the value that
you have set.</p>
<!-- TODO: databases -->
<p></p>
<section id="profile">
<!-- TODO: explain the profile syntax (maybe new page) -->
<title>Profiles</title>
<p>You will usually want your <sys>dconf</sys> profile to consist of a
<em>user database</em> and at least one system database. The profile must
list one database per line.</p>
<p>The first line in a profile is the database that changes are written to. It
is usually <code>user-db:<input>user</input></code>. <input>user</input> is
the name of the user database which can normally be found in
<file>~/.config/dconf</file>.</p>
<example>
<listing>
<title>Sample profile</title>
<code its:translate="no">user-db:user
system-db:<input>local</input>
system-db:<input>site</input></code>
</listing>
</example>
<!--TODO: explain local and site -->
</section>
<!--section id="key-file">
< TODO: link to dconf-keyfiles.page? >
<p></p>
</section-->
<p>Users can override the customized defaults with their own settings, unless
the administrator locks these defaults to prevent overriding.</p>
</page>
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<link type="guide" xref="appearance" />
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf-profiles" />
<link type="seealso" xref="dconf-lockdown" />
<revision pkgversion="3.8" date="2013-08-08" status="review"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.14" date="2014-06-18" status="final"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.30" date="2019-02-08" status="review"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Jana Svarova</name>
<email>jana.svarova@gmail.com</email>
<years>2013</years>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Shaun McCance</name>
<email>shaunm@gnome.org</email>
<years>2014</years>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Petr Kovar</name>
<email>pknbe@volny.cz</email>
<years>2019</years>
</credit>
<desc>Make the screen automatically lock so the user must
<desc>Make the screen automatically lock, so the user must
enter a password after being idle.</desc>
</info>
......@@ -36,30 +39,28 @@
<steps>
<title>Enable automatic screen lock</title>
<include href="dconf-snippets.xml"
xpointer="xpointer(/*/*[@xml:id='dconf-profile-user'])"
xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
xpointer="xpointer(/*/*[@xml:id='dconf-profile-user'])"
xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
<include href="dconf-snippets.xml"
xpointer="xpointer(/*/*[@xml:id='dconf-profile-user-dir'])"
xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
xpointer="xpointer(/*/*[@xml:id='dconf-profile-user-dir'])"
xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
<item>
<p>Create the key file
<file>/etc/dconf/db/local.d/00-screensaver</file> to provide
information for the <sys>local</sys> database.</p>
<listing>
<title><file>/etc/dconf/db/local.d/00-screensaver</file></title>
<title><file>/etc/dconf/db/local.d/00-screensaver</file></title>
<code>
# Specify the dconf path
[org/gnome/desktop/session]
# Number of seconds of inactivity before the screen goes blank
# Set to 0 seconds if you want to deactivate the screensaver.
idle-delay=uint32 180
# Specify the dconf path
[org/gnome/desktop/screensaver]
# Lock the screen after the screen is blank
lock-enabled=true
# Number of seconds after the screen is blank before locking the screen
lock-delay=uint32 0
</code>
......@@ -72,21 +73,20 @@ lock-delay=uint32 0
<file>/etc/dconf/db/local.d/locks/screensaver</file> with the following
content:</p>
<listing>
<title><file>/etc/dconf/db/local.db/locks/screensaver</file></title>
<title><file>/etc/dconf/db/local.db/locks/screensaver</file></title>
<code>
# Lock desktop screensaver settings
/org/gnome/desktop/session/idle-delay
/org/gnome/desktop/screensaver/lock-enabled
/org/gnome/desktop/screensaver/lock-delay
</code>
</listing>
</item>
<include href="dconf-snippets.xml"
xpointer="xpointer(/*/*[@xml:id='dconf-update'])"
xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
xpointer="xpointer(/*/*[@xml:id='dconf-update'])"
xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
<include href="dconf-snippets.xml"
xpointer="xpointer(/*/*[@xml:id='dconf-logoutin'])"
xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
xpointer="xpointer(/*/*[@xml:id='dconf-logoutin'])"
xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
</steps>
</page>
......@@ -5,27 +5,26 @@
<info>
<link type="guide" xref="appearance" />
<revision pkgversion="3.22" date="2017-01-09" status="draft" />
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Matthias Clasen</name>
<email its:translate="no">matthias.clasen@gmail.com</email>
<email>matthias.clasen@gmail.com</email>
<years>2012</years>
</credit>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Michael Hill</name>
<email its:translate="no">mdhillca@gmail.com</email>
<email>mdhillca@gmail.com</email>
<years>2012</years>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Jana Svarova</name>
<email its:translate="no">jana.svarova@gmail.com</email>
<email>jana.svarova@gmail.com</email>
<years>2013</years>
</credit>
<credit type="editor">
<name>Petr Kovar</name>
<email its:translate="no">pknbe@volny.cz</email>
<email>pknbe@volny.cz</email>
<years>2017</years>
</credit>
......
......@@ -7,13 +7,17 @@
<link type="guide" xref="software#extension" />
<link type="seealso" xref="extensions-lockdown" />
<link type="seealso" xref="extensions" />
<revision pkgversion="3.12" date="2014-06-17" status="review"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.30" date="2019-02-08" status="review"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Petr Kovar</name>
<email>pknbe@volny.cz</email>