Updated sabayon packages that fix three bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.
Sabayon is a tool to help system administrators and users change and maintain the default behaviour of the GNOME desktop. These packages contain the graphical tools which a system administrator uses to manage Sabayon profiles.
Prior to this update, several GConf directories were listed in the list of folders to ignore. As a consequence, changes in the Mandatory GConf settings were not saved. This update removes these entries from the list. Now, all changes are saved as expected.
Prior to this update, Sabayon terminated unexpectedly while attempting to save the profile if the user created a file or a directory on the desktop that contained an apostrophe in the name. With this update, any apostrophe characters in the name are now escaped so that Sabayon no longer terminates and correctly saves the profile.
Prior to this update, the .config and .local directories were wrongly listed in the list of ignored directories. As a consequence, some settings could be lost. This update removes these entries from the list. Now, the configuration is saved correctly.
All sabayon users are advised to upgrade to these updated packages, which fix these bugs.