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How to configure KDE default settings for a new user of a group?
I'm a sys admin on Kubuntu 11.10 machine. Where do I configure the basic config for a new user (say belonging to group "users")? Edit 1: I want to configure langauages - currently my new users get ...
Mar 2 '12 at 12:35
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