The configuration options to load are stored in startupconfigkeys as one option per line. They follow the format <file> <group> <key> <default>. A complete group is addressed as <file> [<group>]. The configuration options are processed in the specified order so the missing default values for groups can be specified as single options after the group option.
kstartupconfig stores every line from startupconfigkeys in startupconfigfiles followed by the paths of all files relevant to the option. Lines with non-existent files start with '!' in case they are created later. The list of files is terminated by a line starting with '*'.
If the timestamps of all relevant files are older than the timestamp of startupconfigfile there is no need to update anything. Otherwise kdostartupconfig is launched to create or update the necessary files.
kdostartupconfig writes values of the options to startupconfig. startupconfig is a shell script that sets the values to shell variables. The variables are named <file>_<group>_<key>.
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