Edit system wide kmenu as system administrator.
1. Is it possible to edit the kmenu via command line?
2. How do you add/remove kmenu entries for all users all at once as system administrator?
3. How can you add/remove entries for a specific user as system administrator?
As administrator, I don't want to log in as other users to edit their kmenu.
hi, If you login as root you will be changing the system menu.
I'm not sure that it would control the users menu,
but you can have a list-file for it to read from.
I have not required this, experiment for your self.
kmenuedit --help(-qt or -kde)
Thanks Glenn for the response.
If I understand you correctly, a list-file has a list to which is added the kmenu when x is started. I googled, searched both kde help, and kmenuedit --help(-qt or -kde) but could not find anything about "list-file".
Could you give me a little more detail?
In the gui of the same program you can edit it and save it "as root" and it affects all users, as far as I remember.
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