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A misconfigured desktop can prevent use of the system.
Note - The default position for desktop panels is the top of the screen. However, in Trusted Extensions the trusted stripe covers the top of the screen. Thus, the panels must be on the side or at the bottom of the workspace. A default workspace has two desktop panels.
Before You Begin
You must be in the root role to change the desktop panel location for the system.
% cd $HOME/.gconf/apps/panel/toplevels % ls %gconf.xml bottom_panel_screen0/ top_panel_screen0/ % cd top_panel_screen0 % ls %gconf.xml top_panel_screen0/
% vi %gconf.xml
For example, make the orientation line appear similar to the following:
/toplevels/orientation" type="string"> <stringvalue>bottom</stringvalue>
In a terminal window in the root role, perform the following commands:
# export SETUPPANEL="/etc/gconf/schemas/panel-default-setup.entries" # export TMPPANEL="/tmp/panel-default-setup.entries" # sed 's/<string>top<\/string>/<string>bottom<\/string>/' $SETUPPANEL > $TMPPANEL # cp $TMPPANEL $SETUPPANEL # svcadm restart gconf-cache
If you have more than one desktop panel, the panels stack at the bottom of the screen.