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 Slint includes two kinds of configuration tools: Slint includes two kinds of configuration tools:
-  * Tools intended for and included in a specific desktop, ​KDE or Xfce+  * Tools intended for and included in a specific desktop, ​gathered in a control center
   * Generic tools usable in all window managers and desktops   * Generic tools usable in all window managers and desktops
  
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 |bluetooth|on|bluez|Allows to communicate with bluetooth devices.| |bluetooth|on|bluez|Allows to communicate with bluetooth devices.|
 |brltty| |brltty|Allows to communicate with Braille terminal or screen reader. Activated if used for installation| ​ |brltty| |brltty|Allows to communicate with Braille terminal or screen reader. Activated if used for installation| ​
-|cgconfig|off|libcgroups|This script runs the cgconfigparser utility that parses /​etc/​cgconfig.conf to setup the control group hierarchy.| +|cgconfig|off|libcgroups|Runs the cgconfigparser utility that parses /​etc/​cgconfig.conf to setup the control group hierarchy, including setting the permissions (UID and GID) of the groups and possibly tunable parameters of the controllersThis alleviates doing that ourselves at every startup, for instance running a separate shell script. This script is executable by default but anyway won't do anything until /​etc/​cgconfig.conf be edited (all lines are commented out as shipped)
-|cgmanager|on|cgmanager|This scripts starts ​the cgmanager daemon that provides an alternate way to manage the control group hierarchy through D-Bus requests ​or using the cgm front-end utility.| +|cgmanager|on|cgmanager|Starts ​the cgmanager daemon that provides an alternate way to manage the control group hierarchy through D-Bus requests ​possibly through ​the cgm front-end utility.| 
-|cgproxy|on|cgmanager|This scripts starts ​the cgproxy daemon, that is  ​the  D-Bus proxy for cgmanager. This script is run by rc.cgmanager.| +|cgproxy|on|cgmanager|Starts ​the cgproxy daemon, that allows programs and users in a container to make cgroup administration requests using DBus calls, sending ​the user-ids or group-ids as SCM credentials to the cgmanager.| 
-|cgred|off|libcgroups|This script start and stop the cgroups rules engine daemon that automatically ​distribute ​to appropriate control groups the processes that changes their effective UID or GID, applying the rules found in /​etc/​cgrules.conf. This allows to continue apply resouces ​control resources on such processes that could otherwise escape it.|+|cgred|off|libcgroups|Starts ​the cgroups rules engine daemon that automatically ​distributes ​to appropriate control groups the processes that changes their effective UID or GID, applying the rules found in /​etc/​cgrules.conf. This allows to continue apply resources ​control resources on such processes that could otherwise escape it. This script is non executable by default but anyway won't do anything until /​etc/​cgrules.conf be edited (all lines are commented out as shipped)|
 |consolekit|on|ConsoleKit2|This daemon is used by polkit'​s console auth agent, to check privileges of user wanting to reboot or shutdown the system, for instance.| |consolekit|on|ConsoleKit2|This daemon is used by polkit'​s console auth agent, to check privileges of user wanting to reboot or shutdown the system, for instance.|
 |cpufreq|on|sysvinit-scripts|Settings for CPU frequency and voltage scaling in the kernel.| |cpufreq|on|sysvinit-scripts|Settings for CPU frequency and voltage scaling in the kernel.|
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