[CentOS] Persistent desktop icons ?

Lucian @ lastdot.org lucian at lastdot.org
Thu Oct 22 14:02:13 UTC 2009


On Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 1:57 PM, Benjamin Franz <jfranz at freerun.com> wrote:
> Niki Kovacs wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Is it possible to configure persistent desktop icons, e. g. shortcuts
>> that users can't delete ? On most of my client desktops, I have some
>> home-made shortcuts, like here for example  [...]
>> To configure the shortcuts themselves, I just edit a .desktop file by
>> hand. I tried various combinations of chown and chmod, but to no avail.
>> Even if there are minimum access rights, the thing can still be erased
>> with a right click.
>>
>> Now I vaguely remember that a standard openSUSE install has something
>> like persistent desktop shortcuts (for the SUSE help center or something
>> like that), and I wonder: how do they do it ?
>>
>> Any suggestions ?
>
> Some Googling suggests that the 'sabayon' app is what you want.
>
> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=199027
>
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You could make those desktop files immutable.


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