Evolution without gnome
howells at kde.org
Mon Nov 3 09:32:48 PST 2003
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On Monday 03 November 2003 05:42, C. Ulrich wrote:
> hated having to wait and wait for the ENTIRE KDE SUBSYSTEM to start up
"Entire KDE subsystem" is somewhat misleading. kdeinit will be launched which
will want to run kbuildsycoca to check for any modified .desktop files, and
so on (though this shouldn't take long as this is cached).
You can speed this up by putting "kdeinit&" into your .xinitrc or whatever you
use to start X, this will mean that kdeinit is started when you run start X,
at the expense of a bit of memory.
> just so I could launch one little app. Does KDE still operate this way?
Cheers, Chris Howells -- chris at chrishowells.co.uk, howells at kde.org
Web: http://chrishowells.co.uk, PGP ID: 0x33795A2C
KDE/Qt/C++/PHP Developer: http://www.kde.org
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