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Re: plasma 5 desktop scripting file locations / examples?

Hi Patrick,

Not sure how to do it personally, but at the moment, there are fairly up-to-date KDE packages for Debian in testing, unstable and experimental. You could check out how they did it there. There is also a mailinglist [1] for KDE on Debian that you could ask your question on. The maintainers are very friendly and helpful!

Hope that helps,

 1: https://lists.debian.org/debian-kde/

2017-03-01 0:46 GMT+01:00 Patrick Schleizer <patrick-mailinglists@xxxxxxxxxx>:

I am Patrick, a maintainer of Whonix, which Whonix is a Linux derivative
with at least several thousand users, that by default is using Debian
with Debian KDE packages. Is it okay if I ask a few questions on how to
pre-configure KDE as a Linux distribution?

Are you aware of any example (Debian) packages that pre-configure
plasma 5? These could help me to figure out the correct file locations
and environment variables.

In KDE 4, essentially the following worked.


export KDEDIRS=/usr/share/whonix-gw-kde-desktop-conf/:$KDEDIRS

I figured out how to make a kde settings package work with KDE 5. Here
is an example. [3]


if [ -z "$XDG_CONFIG_DIRS" ]; then
export XDG_CONFIG_DIRS=/usr/share/kde-sounds-off/:$XDG_CONFIG_DIRS


But editing default plasmoids / plasma changes are a bit different? For
example, how could one enable kde systray by default?

The file that needs to be ultimately influenced is

I haven't found any documentation on kde.org on how to do that with
KDE5. Please advice.

Best regards,



[3] https://github.com/Whonix/kde-sounds-off