----- "g" <geleem at bellsouth.net> escreveu: > De: "g" <geleem at bellsouth.net> > Para: centos at centos.org > Enviadas: Terça-feira, 16 de Junho de 2015 18:17:36 (GMT-0300) Auto-Detected > Assunto: Re: [CentOS] using rsync to sync desktop /home/user of to laptop /home/user > > thank you for replying Johanthan. > > On 06/16/2015 02:52 PM, Jonathan Billings wrote: > > On Tue, Jun 16, 2015 at 02:44:43PM -0500, g wrote: > >> what directories and files should not be copied so that configs > for > >> desktop/laptop do not corrupt configs for laptop/desktop screen? > > > > Maybe you need to be clearer. The screen's configuration is not > > really configured in your home directory, but by X (although these > > days it's all autoprobed). > > > > Are you talking about what icons appear? The configuration for > KDE? > . > also, thank you for kicking my chemo brain in the butt. ;-) > > yes, i forgot about X being the wise and wondrous now. > > iirc, there used to be a file under /etc/X11 that had specs for > keyboard, mouse, graphics card, monitor, language, etc, that one > could make custom changes to if needed. several years back that > got changed with auto probe. yes/no? > > therefore, my only real concern would be for progs like firefox, > thunderbird and what else that is not standard with distrib, and > have special files in /lib, /lib64, etc. y/n? > > as for icons and KDE configs, icons should be same as they are > under /usr/share and i do want to have same/similar desktop window > settings. > > long story to short, just try it. y/n? > Well, First try to hold in the same OS version on both, this will easy things :D IMHO, filter the dirs for firefox, thunderbird, etc... and try to sync only your docs and desktop info! You can try syncing all and see what happens :D Att., Antonio. -- Antonio da Silva Martins Jr. Analista de Suporte NPD - Núcleo de Processamento de Dados UEM - Universidade Estadual de Maringá email: asmartins at uem.br fone: +55 (44) 3011-4015 / 3011-4411 inoc-dba: 263076*100 "Real Programmers don’t need comments — the code is obvious." -- Esta mensagem foi verificada pelo sistema de antivirus e acredita-se estar livre de perigo.