I would like to remove or disable some unused settings panels in system settings/gnome-control-center to keep my more "ambitious" users from messing with them.
Specifically, I would like to disable/remove the following:
- Printers (because we don't have any attached to these machines)
- Details (because it lets you set actions on removable media)
- Keyboard (because it lets you set shortcut keys - not a dealbreaker)
This seems like it should be pretty straightforward (I can remove them from the Applications menu by setting
Hidden=true in the
.desktop file associated with the panel), but they stubbornly remain in System Settings when I do that.
Am I missing something, or are we stuck with these panels in the Settings application forever?