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Old 12th March 2012, 08:34 PM
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Lightbulb How to set custom GNOME 3 settings for Fedora Remix?

Hi,
I know about gsettings command and I used it all the time to experiment with look & feel of my personal desktop, the issue with gsettings it that is changes your current GNOME 3 settings and that doesn't work when you are building an iso image for installation that has no currently running GNOME 3.

I used gconftool-2 to edit defautl GNOME 2 schemes that would be used on freshly installed systems, and I can't seam to find the parallel way of editing default GNOME 3 schemas because gsetting command AFAIK can't do that.

if you know how to change and edit with gsetting in preinstall environment when livecd-creator is building iso image please share your expertise in this field.

Thanks.
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