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Re: Getting Rid of NepoMuk

--- On Mon, 2/16/09, Javier Perez <pepebuho gmail com> wrote:

> From: Javier Perez <pepebuho gmail com>
> Subject: Getting Rid of NepoMuk
> To: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
> Date: Monday, February 16, 2009, 8:01 PM
> Hi
> How do I kill this? Where is it coming from?
> I do not see with service --status-all
> Neither do I see it with KDE services
> How do I kill this beast?
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kill it with a nepomukservices GUN :)

Seriously, I encountered the same problem on rawhide.  Let it run for a while and it should take care of itself.

while meaning 3 minutes or more, depending on your machine's power CPU and ram this could take less or more.  



You have not seen NOTHING yet, there is another one called kde4d or kded4, I have encountered it on rawhide it hogs your CPU :(, but I killed it with

2980 olivares  20   0  151m  19m  14m R 84.6  3.9   2:25.38 kded4  

killall -9 kded4 

and thankfully CPU came back to normal.  **Wonder what that does(kde4d)?**

New features that no one knows about coming to your KDE desktop one update at a time :)




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