On Mittwoch 24 Februar 2010, Kevin O'Gorman wrote:
> I've been using KDE for a long time, for reasons that are no longer
> important to me. I have remained out of pure inertia.
> I use gnome happily at work, both on Fedora and Ubuntu. All I need from
> any of them is a panel with some favorites, and a pager for multiple
> desktops. I spend most of my time in vim, in the C program and
> documentation toolchains or in a browser.
> The reason I bring this up is that my account just froze on me from running
> out of disk space. A little research showed that an odd-sounding thing
> called nepomuk was using 7.2 G (SEVEN GIGS) in some dotfiles. It turns out
> to be a KDE client - whatever that is. I've got a lot of space here and
> there, but my /home partition was never near full before.
> I'd like to just nuke nepomuk, but fear the consequences. I'm seriously
> entertaining ideas about a more efficient way to run my Gentoo system,
> although I'll probably keep kdelibs because I like a few of their games.
> Similarly for gnome. But I wonder what I should do about the rest.
just deactivate it.
But one thing surprises me - I have 400gb of data in /home. And nepomuk just