On Sat, May 5, 2012 at 8:27 PM, Basil Chupin <blchupin@iine...> wrote:
> On 06/05/12 06:49, Ric Moore wrote:
>> On 05/05/2012 01:55 PM, wcj9996 wrote:
>>> I am running 10.04 on an AMD-64 CPU. I have been noticing a slowdown on
>>> occasion for several months. System Monitor shows 100% CPU and more
>>> network activity than I would expect. This occurs when Firefox and
>>> Thunderbird are running. Running 'top' shows 'virtuoso-t' taking 46.9%
>>> of CPU and two instances of 'nepomukservices' taking 18% and 15% of CPU.
>>> Are these malware of some kind?
>> Nepomuk is sorta, although it is included with a KDE install. It'll eat
>> your cpu until it's done cataloging everything on your machine for hours, to
>> make it easy to hand over all evidence to the FBI.
>> I dumped KDE when I tried to remove nepomuk with synaptic. It popped up
>> and said it would have to remove all traces of KDE and it's desktop. I
>> replied "Hell yeah.." and savagely hit the ENTER key with a sneer ...I
>> haven't used KDE since. I won't have my desktop bound to something I happen
>> to loathe and I'll have nothing to do with a mindset that goes "My Way Or
>> The Highway" with me. T
>> here is no earthly reason to have a desktop search rule my preferred
>> install. It should be an added option for the user and nothing more than
>> There are maybe ten people on Earth, and a semi-sentient frozen gas on the
>> surface of Titan, that uses Nepomuk. The gas is considered a criminal by
>> his/her/its kind and is in hiding, his/her/its real whereabouts are unknown.
>> But, he/she/it is all over the Internet, posting as the user "anonymous". :)
> You can simply disable nepomuk in the System Settings menu - as I have it
Easy for you to say, but I searched and did not find anything I could
surely say was exactly that. It's not even called "System Settings".
Could you spell it out, please?