Le Thu, 8 Apr 2010 11:38:17 +0200, PulkoMandy a écrit : > > /boot/home/ could easily become the home for the root account > > (keeping BeOS > > compatability), and there could be settings to make it a "shared" > > account, > > so all files in /boot/home/Desktop/ would appear on anyone's > > desktop, > > regardless of account (useful for program links, the Be/feather > > menu etc.) > > We have /boot/common for shared files. Root shouldn't even have an > home folder, actually... only some space for topsecret hidden files. Hmm you're distorted by Ubuntu, root does exist, I've seen him ! :P Note root usually have /root as home in UNIX because /home is usually on a separate partition, so he must be able to log in even if /home is screwed up or not yet mounted... We might not need this. > Anyway, keep in mind that multiuser support is a feature planned for > R2, not R1, and thus is allowed to break compatibility with BeOS. Right. François.