Am 28.01.19 um 14:41 schrieb Roger Oberholtzer:
On Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 2:16 PM Anton Aylward
KDE settings -> Startup and Shutdown -> Background Services
The only thing we have changed here is that on Login, we Restore the
previous session, except for a couple of things we exclude because
they are in the Autostart - we want them even if they were not running
at last logout.
maybe different problem maybe in some way related:
did you automatically restart libreoffice?
here we have: access to a nfs server, client: go in libreoffice to that
directory, load some document, close libreoffice and switching off this
server and starting libreoffice again on client, try to open file dialog
desktop freezes also here (maybe only very very slow), - but different to yours, if
client will be switched off and on again, libreoffice starts without
freezing desktop (even if server is off).
The Startup Services are, IIRC, in the default state.
Maybe there is
something there that makes this happen. We will add checking that to
our test list.
There is a "Removable Device Automounter" option that is enabled.
Perhaps you should look into how that works.
There's also a an option that "Monitors Recent document folders".
I'm not sure of the semantics of that. It may be relevant.
There's also a "Directory Watcher" and "Network Folder Watcher"
but they are
disabled on my machine.
Hmmm... Directory Watcher. Sounds interesting. We will see what that
does. Of course, then I guess Dolphin and such will never see when
files are added to the current directory. But maybe it keeps it from
messing with other directories that you have visited but are no linger
actively accessing in an application.
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