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Re: [trinity-users] Re: Loading setting on logon takes long time

From: "William Morder via trinity-users" <trinity-users@...>
Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2020 15:24:49 -0700

On Tuesday 04 August 2020 13:20:34 deloptes wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > the mentioned checking / fixing program is not completely new. It is a
> > part of TDE from R14.0.0~pre. The principle is that the program runs only
> > once and if no new check / fix rule is added, it is not run again.
> >
> > When the user logs in for the very first time, with a new profile, the
> > program will run for the first time. However, in such a situation there
> > should not be many tasks to be solved, so it should not be a delay.
> >
> > Cheers
> Sorry to jump in between, but what does exactly mean:
> Some Trinity profile R14 XDG compliance updates failed.
> Check for '<Filename>kde-' in
> /var/tmp/tdecache-emanoil/r14-xdg-update-validation-test9.txt.
> # cat /var/tmp/tdecache-emanoil/r14-xdg-update-validation-test9.txt
>    <Filename>kde-realplayer.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-aviplay.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-xmms.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-alevt.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-xawtv.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-javaws.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-knmap.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-GnomeICU.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-mozilla-firefox.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-eclipse.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-designer.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-linguist.desktop</Filename>
>    <Filename>kde-assistant.desktop</Filename>
> I'm getting it after each login recently - well I login very seldom, but
> still - what is it?
> I remember someone asked here before, but I can not find the answer.
> thanks

Search for the thread with the heading "r14-xdg-update script problem"; the 
issue is discussed rather at length. 

These files need to have their entries for KDE (and any other intruders) 


Somewhere I have buried more detailed instructions, how to remove/edit the 
unwanted items, but this might be enough for you to work it out yourself. I 
believe Michelle said that a little "housecleaning" is needed afterwards; in 
my own case, some of my startup settings were lost, which was annoying but 
unavoidable, and easy enough to restore.