Anthony Joseph Messina 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
I should indeed have omitted "sudo".
However, the fact remains that KMail is in an extremely unstable state.
I just re-booted (for other reasons) and KMail is working fine.
But sometimes it goes into an unuseable state,
for no reason that I can see.
It seems to be connected to akonadi.
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin