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Old 1st November 2005, 02:26 PM
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Unhappy Unused GNOME processes


I have evolution-alarm-notify and evolution-data-server in my process list. They eat up a lot of resources. But I don't use evolution. I also don't use GNOME, (however I use some GTK apps). May I get rid of these hungry processes? What should I disable or uninstall?

My system is FC3 on Intel.

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Old 3rd November 2005, 04:15 AM
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I would assume removing anything matching evolution would do it. See the yum does for how.
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Old 3rd November 2005, 08:12 AM
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After posting this I've read an opinion that we shouldn't uninstall evolution-data-server because it's not just a part of Evolution but a core Gnome component. That means this would be fatal for Gnome apps we use under KDE. So I'm stuck Maybe there is a way to configure evolution-data-server ?
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