I have an oracle linux server (6.1 with gnome 2.28.2) that supports a number of terminals.
A user added the magnifier tool (accessibility feature) and now noone can login because the magnifier tool is over the accessibility icon. How can I correct this? Is there a way to completely disable the accessibility icon?
OK, I fixed the magnifier issue using:
sudo -u gdm gconftool-2 /desktop/gnome/applications/at/screen_magnifier_enabled type bool set false
I would still like to know how to disable or uninstall the accessibility feature all-together...
Best regards and sorry for troubling you,
Edited by: nikos on Nov 23, 2012 4:09 PM
just thinking... should your question not be how to enable the tool without hindering other users? As someone has installed it I guess there is a need for it due to someone who is visually disabled and in need of such a tool (?).
I am not sure if I had selected it to be installed or not but it was there by default. I have no users with accessibility needs but many students who like to play around with the guis and playing mischief :-)