Am 29.10.2016 um 20:49 schrieb Anthony Joseph Messina:
On Saturday, October 29, 2016 5:30:52 PM CDT Timothy Murphy wrote:
> When I start KMail I get gobbledygook in the Message window.
> When I run "sudo akonadictl restart" I am told akonadi is not running.
> I see no way to start it.
> [tim@william ~]$ sudo akonadictl start
> [tim@william ~]$ sudo akonadictl restart
I wouldn't think you'd want sudo here. akonadi should run as you:
[tim@william ~]$ akonadictl restart
idependent of other problems and real bugs - users should just stop to
type "sudo" in front of everyting - if something don't need root power
just don't give it root power and anything in context of your desktop
NEVER EVER needs root power
basically the same mistake as people train their spamassassin as root
and wonder why the bayes don't work when the distribution was smart
enough not to start spamassassin as root