Run as root. You may need to do this before gnome starts up. Perhaps do it like this:
1) open an console (CTRL-ALT-F1)
2) Run: `/sbin/init 3`
3) kill off any gnome-ish looking things ;)
4) Run the above command.
This was set to transparent in one of the beta versions, but people didn't like that for a default. Take a look at /usr/sbin/blag-firstboot. The code is in there, but commented out.
Posted: Thu May 05, 2005 4:02 am Post subject:
It WORKSSSSS, but I did not do those funcky init 3 stuff you told me about :roll: . Upon seeing gconftool in the command I thought maybe the GConf Tool might come in handy. And Yes there it is in System Tools -> Configuration editor I just follwed the path on you coder and viola!!! it is done :lol: (this really remind of my Registry days with windows) and it is only for the current user not for the whole system
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