GNOME and protecting Sugar --
cjb at laptop.org
Tue Jun 15 19:06:25 EDT 2010
> - How did you solve the problem? There was mention on the list
> of a ".hidden" file with hints to the file manager, did you use
> that? Something else?
The .hidden file has its disadvantages: we don't have a way to browse
the source code of all the activities in Sugar, but GNOME can provide
that by letting you double-click on source files to open them in gedit.
Martin, is the deployment also worried about kids deleting activities
inside Sugar? If so, it sounds like we want a general undeletable
flag set on ~/Activities/ (that the disk-full script can bypass).
Doesn't seem to be a way to achieve that, though.
Chris Ball <cjb at laptop.org>
One Laptop Per Child
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