This is a recurrent problem. Perhaps we should have an option in the
control panel to enable/disable the showing of the Erase option for
activities or make moving the Erase option a few more clicks away (perhaps
inside the control panel, the activity updater widget/code might be

Basir: is your motivation based on establishing a policy of having some
activities not erased or because users accidentally remove activities
every once in a while (as we have experienced frequently in our deployment
in Paraguay) ?

On Dom, 3 de Mayo de 2009, 6:01 am, Tomeu Vizoso wrote:
> [adding sugar-devel to cc]
> On Sun, May 3, 2009 at 11:32,  <> wrote:
>> Greetings all,
>> I am new to the whole OLPC thing so please bear with me. We are using
>> the
>> standard build to install XOs and then use shell scripts for the
>> localization and to make small changes.
>> I need to remove the 'Erase' option from the right click menu (when you
>> right click on an activity icon). Is there anyway that this can be done
>> without modifying the sugar source code and creating a new build?
> Hi Basir,
> I don't see a way to remove the palette option without changing the
> Sugar code, but if you change the file permissions so that the user
> 'olpc' cannot remove the activity directory, the erasing operation
> will fail and the activity will remain installed. Note that this will
> cause activity updates to fail, in case that's an issue for you.
> "sudo chown root.root -R ~/Activities/Write.activity"
> This command will make that Write is not erasable from the Sugar palette.
> Please note that the most appropriate forum to direct these questions
> is sugar-devel: .
> HTH,
> Tomeu
>> Thanks
>> Basir
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