Re: [kde-linux] Akonadi problems
- From: Duncan <1i5t5.duncan@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2010 16:56:47 +0000 (UTC)
Dr.-Ing. Edgar Alwers posted on Fri, 16 Apr 2010 16:31:37 +0200 as
Duncan's hint concerning "mysqld" : I realised that I had two instances
running, one beeing triggered by akonadi, the other one starting from
the very beginning from /etc/rc3.d. I removed the last one, but nothing
It should hovever become included in general instructions, not to start
"mysql" from other applications, if this is crucial to akonadi.
I'm no db expert, but AFAIK, it should be possible to run multiple mysqld
sessions, as long as they're configured to be entirely separate. The
problem I had was that akonadi was starting a session, then kde exiting
without exiting the mysqld session it started, which upon kde restart, ran
into the mentioned bug trying to reuse the same session. But if it had
been a totally unrelated session, running for some other app and perhaps
even for another user, AFAIK it shouldn't have been an issue.
KAddressbook is definitivly _not_ working at all. I can start
KAddressBook, it offers me to add a new AddressBook, but it does
nothing. But absolutely nothing. It seems, that KAddressbook is not
ready in Kdepim-4.4.1.Could this be true, Kevin ?
kaddressbook is working in 4.4; it's simply built on akonadi now, so if
akonadi is broken, so is kaddressbook. kmail will apparently likewise be
built on akonadi for 4.5, but hopefully, most of the issues will be worked
thru by then.
Duncan - List replies preferred. No HTML msgs.
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