KDE System Administration (fr)

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Cette section fournit aux administrateurs système les informations nécessaires au bon déroulement du déploiement de KDE au sein de leur organisation.

Système de Fichier

Configuration File Syntax
Les fichiers de configuration de KDE sont au format texte brut. Ils contiennent des groupes de paires clé-valeur. Cette section explique leur syntaxe. Cela couvre :
  • la gestion des langues
  • les variables shell
  • le érouillage complet ou pariel des fichiers de configuration
  • les utilitaires d'édition
  • d'autres fonctionalités avancées
KDE Hierarchy
Cet article décrit la façon dont KDE utilise le système de fichier, où il recherche les fichiers et où il les stocke. L'article explique comment changer ces endroits. On trouvera aussi une brève vue d'ensemble des réglages par défaut utilisé par les grands distributeurs d'OS.
XDG Hierarchy

Supplementing the KDE filesystem hierarchy, KDE also uses various directories, as defined by XDG specifications on freedesktop.org. This article documents the paths used and their purposes.

Desktop Sessions

Environment Variables
A variety of environment variables documented in this article are available to influence aspects of KDE and the runtime behavior of KDE applications.
Desktop Startup Sequence
During startup KDE starts the visible desktop components as well as several services that run in the background. This article describes the startup sequence, gives an overview of some of the services started and explains how to make changes.
Login Manager
The KDE Display Manager (KDM) provides the services commonly associated with a login manager. The first contact your users have with a KDE system is usually the KDM login screen. This section covers the basics of how setting up KDM, plus advanced topics such as remote login, automatic login, and more.

User & Group Profiles

Introduction to Kiosk
The Kiosk framework provides a set of features that makes it possible to easily and powerfully define and restrict the capabilities of a KDE environment based on user and group credentials. In addition to an introductory overview, this article covers configuration setting lock down, action and resource restrictions, assigning profiles to users and groups and more.
Kiosk Keys
This document details known global and application specific kiosk keys for action, resource and url restrictions making it a handy reference guide when setting up a Kiosk profile.
Additional Resources
Links to tools, mailing lists and additional documentation relevant to user and group profiles in KDE.


A graphical application that helps manage KDE Kiosk user and group profiles.
Desktop Sharing
The KDE Desktop Sharing capabilities make it possible to share your desktop remotely with others. Alongside numerous other uses, this feature is a great enabler for support staff who give direct assistance to users calling them.
Using KDE Dialogs in Shell Scripts
You can use KDialog shell scripts to show various KDE dialogs. This gives you seamless integration of your own custom GUI enhancements.

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