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Running gsettings only changes the settings for the user who owns the X session that $DISPLAY points to. If you use sudo that's your current user. You can see that by the file $HOME/.config/dconf/user being modified. To change the default settings for all users create the file /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/org.gnome.system.proxy.gschema.override with the ...


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1. Get back to a working desktop Ctrl+Alt+F1 and log in. mv .config/dconf/user{,-old} exit Alt+F7 back to the gdm login screen and log in. All your settings are gone, but at least you're back to your desktop. 2. Dump your old settings Start a Terminal. echo "user-db:user-old" >db_profile DCONF_PROFILE=~/db_profile dconf dump / >old_settings ...



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