On 05/08/2012 10:33 AM, Kevin O'Gorman wrote:
On Mon, May 7, 2012 at 5:32 PM, Basil Chupin<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 08/05/12 07:38, Kevin O'Gorman wrote:
On Sat, May 5, 2012 at 8:27 PM, Basil Chupin<email@example.com>
On 06/05/12 06:49, Ric Moore wrote:
There are maybe ten people on Earth, and a semi-sentient frozen gas on
surface of Titan, that uses Nepomuk. The gas is considered a criminal by
his/her/its kind and is in hiding, his/her/its real whereabouts are
But, he/she/it is all over the Internet, posting as the user
You can simply disable nepomuk in the System Settings menu - as I have it
Easy for you to say, but I searched and did not find anything I could
surely say was exactly that. It's not even called "System Settings".
Could you spell it out, please?
Ah....I am using KDE but I bet you are using something other than KDE.
There has to be a place where you are able to control the settings for your
desktop. In gnome there was something called gconftool-2, from memory. But
you should also have a menu where you can add/remove applications which
appear on your desktop for you to be able to execute them. Perhaps if you
mentioned which desktop environment you are using then someone can come up
with the exact place where you can deselect nepomuk from starting.
I'm actually kinda betwixt and between right now. I've got Ubuntu
Natty with xubuntu-desktop
installed, and generally sign on with xubuntu. There's a single menu
in the top panel. It
has a submenu called "Settings" with about a dozen things including
one that lets me edit
the contents of the menus, and another called "System" with about a
score of things that
I recognize as utilities. I haven't used any of this yet.
Nepomuk is installed, probably dragged in when I installed one of my
KDE games or
utilities. I'm aiming to go plain xubuntu, Real Soon Now (TM).
That was my gripe, if you install Kgames you'll get nepomuk. I just
avoid anything KDE now. Last night I installed adobe-reader and it
apparently installed every i386 audio/video .deb package there is. I've
attach the log of the history, in case anyone wants to see. All I recall
doing is marking adobe-acroread and when it started all of these
packages started whizzing in. I figured I better not stop it so that I
could clean up after. So, I have to learn even harder what I install and
the consequences of my actions. I just didn't expect to get a drubbing.
My father, Victor Moore (Vic) used to say:
"There are two Great Sins in the world...
..the Sin of Ignorance, and the Sin of Stupidity.
Only the former may be overcome." R.I.P. Dad.
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