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linux:modify_desktop_session [2022/04/11 07:26] – [tracker] jansenlinux:modify_desktop_session [2022/06/28 07:24] (current) – [Evolution] jansen
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 (these files in your .config will override the system files, and since you are creating empty files here, nothing will be started) (these files in your .config will override the system files, and since you are creating empty files here, nothing will be started)
  
 +The reason why you may want to disable these services: even though a desktop search engine sounds like a good idea, but indexing all of the big data disks as soon as you access them, takes a lot of network bandwith, cpu time and memory, and storing the index of the disks will probably exceed your home disk quota.
 ===== Baloo ===== ===== Baloo =====
-The Baloo file indexer can consume huge amounts of memory. To switch it off, run:+The Baloo file indexer is another desktop search engine, which can consume huge amounts of memory. To switch it off, run:
   balooctl disable   balooctl disable
  
 ===== Evolution ===== ===== Evolution =====
-Evolution is a mail/calendar suite, and can be a very useful tool, if you use it. Unfortunately, a lot of programs are started in each user session, even if you don't need them, or even if you have never used evolution. These programs don'rt show up in the usual sesson program dialogs, but from the commandline it is possible to disable them:+Evolution is a mail/calendar suite, and can be a very useful tool, if you use it. Unfortunately, a lot of programs are started in each user session, even if you don't need them, or even if you have never used evolution. These programs don'show up in the usual session program dialogs, but from the commandline it is possible to disable them:
  
   systemctl --user daemon-reload   systemctl --user daemon-reload
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   systemctl --user disable --now evolution-calendar-factory   systemctl --user disable --now evolution-calendar-factory
   systemctl --user disable --now evolution-addressbook-factory   systemctl --user disable --now evolution-addressbook-factory
- +  systemctl --user disable --now evolution-alarm-notify
linux/modify_desktop_session.1649661992.txt.gz · Last modified: 2022/04/11 07:26 by jansen