Commit 3bb963fd authored by Jim Campbell's avatar Jim Campbell

updates to sysadmin index and dconf.page. dconf.page still incomplete

parent 7afaf289
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<info>
<link type="guide" xref="index#user"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.8" date="2013-08-08" status="incomplete"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.14" date="2014-06-17" status="incomplete"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Ekaterina Gerasimova</name>
......@@ -17,19 +18,34 @@
<email its:translate="no">desrt@desrt.ca</email>
<years>2013</years>
</credit>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Jim Campbell</name>
<email its:translate="no">jcampbell@gnome.org</email>
<years>2014</years>
</credit>
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
<desc>What is <sys>dconf</sys>? How can it be used to edit configurations?</desc>
</info>
<title>User and system settings</title>
<title>Manage user and system settings with dconf</title>
<!-- TODO: improve wording throughout the page -->
<p><sys>dconf</sys> is a key-based configuration system which manages user
settings. It is the backend for <sys>GSettings</sys>. <sys>dconf</sys>
manages a range of different settings, including <sys>GDM</sys>, application
and proxy settings.</p>
<p><sys>dconf</sys> is one of the main configuration utilities in GNOME. Its
purpose is to help you set and manage GNOME system and application
settings.</p>
<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 can't even be changed from
within the user interface, but which <em>can</em> be changed by using
<sys>dconf</sys>.</p>
<p>As an administrator, this means that knowing how to use <sys>dconf</sys>
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. -->
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<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
type="guide"
id="index">
<info>
<revision pkgversion="3.10" date="2012-08-09" status="review"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.14" date="2014-06-16" status="draft"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
<name>Matthias Clasen</name>
......@@ -29,32 +31,32 @@
<desc>A guide for GNOME 3 system administrators</desc>
</info>
<title>GNOME Desktop System Administration Guide</title>
<title>GNOME Desktop System Administration Guide</title>
<links style="norwich" type="topic"
<links style="norwich" type="topic"
groups="user-settings appearance #first #default #last"/>
<section style="toronto" id="user">
<title>User settings</title>
</section>
<section style="toronto" id="user">
<title>User settings</title>
</section>
<section style="toronto" id="appearance">
<title>Default appearance</title>
</section>
<section style="toronto" id="appearance">
<title>Default appearance</title>
</section>
<section style="toronto" id="extension">
<title>GNOME Shell extensions</title>
</section>
<section style="toronto" id="extension">
<title>GNOME Shell extensions</title>
</section>
<section style="toronto" id="session">
<title>Session management</title>
</section>
<section style="toronto" id="session">
<title>Session management</title>
</section>
<section style="toronto" id="net">
<title>Network</title>
</section>
<section style="toronto" id="net">
<title>Network</title>
</section>
<!--section type="topic" style="toronto" id="prob">
<title>Troubleshooting</title>
</section-->
<!--section type="topic" style="toronto" id="prob">
<title>Troubleshooting</title>
</section-->
</page>
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