Re: Beagle crap !
- From: Darrell Stec <darrell_stec@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 23:39:12 -0400
After serious contemplation, on or about Saturday 17 March 2007 2:46 pm
Michael Soibelman perhaps from nowhere-there@xxxxxxxx wrote:
On Sat, 17 Mar 2007 18:27:27 +0000, a rock fell the sky, hitting
Michael Soibelman on the head, and inspiring the following:
I have now removed beagle twice and last time I even marked it and
related libs to never install-taboo- in Yast. Yet this morning I
turned on my machine and low and behold...beagle is running again.
Does it look like this?
really getting to be something to hate !! Why do the developers
inject this crap into my system ?? I ABSOLUTELY will not tolerate
a program searching my system, putting thing in places I am not
and tying up my system resources. This is ludicrous !!
It could be worse - you could be running ZMD. :)
P.S. I'll try to remove it again. How can I make certain it will
be reinstalled in the future ?? If I can not remove this feature
PERMANENTLY I will absolutely consider switching away from SuSE !!
I I do not do that lightly.
I would suggest SMART. In any case, if you just remove it - and the
daemon - it should not add it again.
I removed it and ZMD the first day I setup 10.1 and haven't had the
Well i cooled off a bit now and remarked it as taboo. I think that
when I did that yesterday I marked it as taboo first instead of
then marking it as taboo! At least I hope so. Of course Yast
complained that this (beagle) was needed by nautilus but if I remove
that I'm certain
I'll go thru dependency hell !! Though I rarely use Gnome I leave it
in there as a fall back...just in case.
Yes, it will be dependency hell. Basically there is a long, long (did I
mention long) list of dependencies that will be broken. I ended up
just confirming to keep evolution, nautilus, gnome-desktop, gnome-panel
and a few others about 8 times for each of the dependencies that would
be broken. That ended up with another list of 3 broken dependencies
one of which I said keep and tossed the other two. I'll know later if
everything works better with SMART.
In the meantime I am busy trying to install openSuse 10.2 on an older
PIII 500MhZ computer with 384MB of ram via a online installation. It
is quite a learning system and I'm on my 8th attempt. Primarily things
started going downhill at the very beginning when the kernel did not
recognize my internet adapter. (It is on the list but not listed in
the network adapter modules). Getting past that the installation did
not like my partitioning. I think I got passed that and it is
downloading files. Fun, Fun, fun and I should be updating the data in
kMyMoney so I can get on with my taxes.
Darrell Stec darstec@xxxxxxxxxx
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