Anthony Joseph Messina wrote:
> After posting this, I opened KMail, and it was in an unuseable
> I closed it, ran "akonadictl restart" (without "sudo"),
> and it is working fine.
> But why do I have to run akonadictl repeatedly?
Take a look at the logs in .local/share/akonadi/ to see if there any
startup errors. -A
When I run "akonadictl restart" I get a list of 19 akonadi "tests",
all of which are "ok", such as
I do not have any error file in ~/.local/share/akonadi/
(I just have an empty file akonadictl.error.old .)
I have absolutely no idea what I would (or should) do
if I were told that akonadi.pimitemtable was not OK.
To me it is just one of the senseless messages that I now get
from all too many KDE applications.
I would rather just be told what is not working,
and what to do about it,
or at least where to find more about the problem.
Does no-one now believe in Ken Thompson's mantra,
"A program should do one thing, and do it well" ?
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin