Frankly, I'm not familiar enough with Fedora
to give you exact tips as to which software package to use - if gconf-editor
is a tool from/for Debian
(and relatives), I wouldn't try to use it on Fedora
since there might be unmet dependencies or incompatibilities.
's documentation reveals that there is a tool called gconftool-2
(the package might not contain the version number, though, or being called something similar - gconf
being most certainly a string that should be found by searching your repository.
But maybe this is already too far - maybe this helps:
It's for Ubuntu
, but I see no real reason why it shouldn't work for Fedora
(except possibly for the metacity
part - you can check which of the files mentioned you have by using ls -a