On Tuesday, March 22, 2011 03:55:28 PM Marko Vojinovic wrote:
On Tuesday 22 March 2011 14:28:09 Julian Aloofi wrote:
> Am 21.03.2011 23:57, schrieb Marko Vojinovic:
> > I would be very thankful if someone explains what this is and how to
> > make it do its work only when the system is idle enough (say, when the
> > screensaver has been active for half an hour, or something like that),
> > and not in the middle of my regular work.
> I think it's the database used by Strigi, which is used by Nepomuk to
> index files and meta data for the desktop search. So if you'd disable
> Nepomuk/Semantic Desktop in the system settings, it should stop running.
> There should be an icon in the system tray as well I think.
Right, thanks! :-)
I disabled Nepomuk, with the hope that it will fix this issue. I am not
exactly sure what is Nepomuk even supposed to do, and what "semantic
desktop search" means at all, so I hope I won't need its services. ;-)
You can use it for example in Dolphin - Find button.
appears it is configured to index only the ~/Desktop directory, which is
empty (bar two icons), so in this sense it is quite useless for me.
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