Script to move into each home and delete all .g* folders
You don't need a script; just use the UN*X find command like this:
find /home -name .g* | xargs rm
NOTE that the code that follows the "-name" is a slash "" followed by
a dot "." and a g*
Hope this helps.
On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 4:29 PM, Jim Christiansen
> OK, it looks like I've settled on Ubuntu 9.04 for our new/old- rehabbed LTSP
> I'm symlinking my old K12LTSP rsynced home from another drive into the file
> system as the home.
> My student homes from the K12LTSPEL5 system are full of all of the wrong
> .gconf ... .gnome folders.* On startup if they don't exist they are created
> no prob.* What I need to do is find a script that will:
> cd into each student home
> rm -rf .g*
> cd back out
> cd into the next student home and repeat all the way through the home dir
> I'm not having any troubles with the authenticating I don't think.* I've
> appended the old user lines from the k12ltsp group, password and shadow
> files into the new ones.* My rsynced student homes have ownership and other
> permissions preserved.
> I think it should all work if it wasn't for all of the old gnome/gconf junk.
> Ideas for the script??
> Thanks,* Jim
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