Installed LXDE Mini, fully updated.
Ran addlocale, changed system to Spanish.
All is well. (Well, I found a few quirks, but solved most of them.)
However, when I make a new user, the folder names in the Home folder are still in English; the script to update the names does not run.
I tried copying the desktop config file from /etc/xdg/autostart to /etc/skel/.config/autostart, but it didn't work.
A few things to notice:
- The name of the config file in /etc/xdg/autostart is now in Spanish; it says "Actualización de las carpetas del usuario". But when I attempt to rename it, the name actually says "user-dirs-update-gtk.desktop"
- If I open PCManFM as root, navigate to /etc/xdg/autostart, and double click on the file; it does run; and attempts to update the folder names for root, not for the user. So, the script is still there in /usr/bin, and it runs.
- If I copy the config file to the user, and try to run it from there, nothing happens. Also, if I try to run from the terminal the command xdg-user-dirs-gtk-update (the command that the config file runs), nothing happens.
So, how can I make the new users to run this script on first boot, and if possible, forget about it after that?
PS: I uninstalled addlocale after running it. I don't know if this is relevant.