On Monday 16 February 2009 20:22:37 Martín Marqués wrote: > 2009/2/16 Mark Haney <[email protected]>: > > Martín Marqués wrote: > >> Please, enlight me. How can akonadi work without a mysql instance? > >> > >> http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/PIM/Akonadi#Which_DBMS_does_Akonadi_use > >>.3F > >> > >> BTW, is there a way to disable akonadi and still work with KDE destop? > > > > And yes akonadi does require MySWL, but KDE 4.2 does NOT require > > akonadi. So my point is still very valid. > > OK. By default akonadi starts when I enter my session. What have you got that is using it? > What do I have > to do for this not to happen again at logging? Stopping akonadi during > my open session will make it not start in the next logging? > You could always stop akonadi then do a Save Session, but something must be using it, or you have started it through systemsettings, if that's possible, so be careful that you are not going to break something you want. As a matter of interest, what resources is it using? cpu and ram? Anne
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