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RE: [opensuse] FYI: Howto disable tracker
On Wed, 2012-03-21 at 16:20 +0100, Hans-Joachim Ehlers wrote:
Tracker seems to be the gnome counter part to the nepomuck /anaconda
trash on KDE4. Since it has a mess of dependencies as well i decided
to disable its execution via
$ chmod 000 /usr/lib/tracker-[a-z]*
Its looks like that the GNOME and KDE are only usefull for single
user/ single PC usage. Does somebody knows a GUI for Linux which does
NOT introduces these indexing crap ?
Just "rm /etc/xdg/autostart/tracker-store.desktop" - And it won't start.
Sorry bu imho you are incorrect. It won't start during login but would not
prevent other applications to start tracker and what ever search tool is
installed.
Install the GNOME file manager and you will see.

Nope, nautilus does not use Tracker search. The only integration
between nautilus and tracker is the ability to tag files; this is
provided by the nautilus-extension-tracker-tags package (which can
easily be removed, although I see no point, it doesn't stop nautilus
from working if tracker is not active).


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