[opensuse] tracker-miner-fs and the gnome-panel-applet-tracker
- From: George Olson <grglsn765@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 23 Jun 2012 20:40:27 +0800
I have found that I have tracker-miner-fs running, and often at startup it hogs the cpu for a little while.
I found this thread in the forums which was interesting, basically the same problem.
The solution given at the end of the thread is, "If you have the gnome-panel-applet-tracker installed, you can disable it, just write "Tracker" in the box that you'll find when you click on the Suse button."
I do have the gnome-panel-applet-tracker installed, as I found by rpm-qa | grep tracker, but how do you actually open and run this panel-applet so that you can find the Suse button and disable tracker?
I also saw in my rpm qa that firefox and thundrbird use the tracker-miner. Will disabling it affect firefox and thunderbird?
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