On 11/27/2011 06:09 AM, Martin (KDE) wrote:
Yesterday I upgraded from F15 to F16. This went smoothly (almost) but
after the restart there were ugly processes running and tacking much of
the CPU power: tracker-*
AFAIK these processes are the "nepomuk" part of gnome and I don't need
them. Why are the tracker processes activated in a typical KDE environment?
tracker stuff is running on my system as well but not using any
significant amount of CPU.
Not sure why they would be installed but on my system tracker is needed by:
If you don't use of of those apps it should be safe to just "yum remove
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