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Thu Feb 21 01:14:21 UTC 2008
> On Wed, 2008-02-20 at 22:11 +0000, Chris Nolan wrote:
>> I think the OP already disabled the yum-updatesd service and is asking
>> what it could be that is trying to connect to yum-updatesd and
>> erroring because the service isn't running.
> Probably "puplet" the "software update notifier", which can be found in
> your session preferences as a "startup program". It makes use of that
> service to see what's available as an update, then gives you notices
> about them.
> Try unticking it, and see if the problem goes away.
Don't see puplet in the KDE menus. I do have Gnome installed to remind me
that i don't like it so will do a switch and look there.
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