Commit 80d00ba1 authored by Petr Kovář's avatar Petr Kovář

Update overrides.page

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id="overrides">
<info>
<link type="guide" xref="index#user" />
<revision pkgversion="3.6" date="2012-05-21" status="stub"/>
<credit type="author copyright">
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<years>2012</years>
</credit>
<desc></desc>
<desc>GSettings overrides are used by distributions to adjust default
settings.</desc>
</info>
<title>Why shouldn't I use gsettings overrides?</title>
<title>Why should not I use GSettings overrides?</title>
<comment>
<cite date="2012-07-05" href="mailto:mdhillca@gmail.com">Michael Hill</cite>
<p>Adapted from d-g-o GSettings page. Add a see-also?</p>
</comment>
<p>Gsettings overrides are used by distributions to adjust default settings
<p>GSettings overrides are used by distributions to adjust default settings
for the GNOME desktop and apps. dconf overrides were designed for system
administrators to adjust default settings and set mandatory settings for the
GNOME desktop and apps.</p>
<p>GNOME developers are working towards allowing or even requiring <file>/usr/</file>
to be mounted read-only with the exception of <file>/usr/local/</file>.</p>
<comment>
<p>GNOME developers are working towards allowing or even requiring <file>/usr/</file>
to be mounted read-only with the exception of <file>/usr/local/</file>.</p>
<p>Default values are defined in the schemas that get installed by an
application. Sometimes, it is necessary for a vendor or distributor to adjust
these defaults. Since patching the XML source for the schema is inconvenient
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