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Special Forums UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers xterminal Post 27471 by mysth on Monday 2nd of September 2002 06:04:31 AM
Old 09-02-2002
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But with the expansion RAM it has a total of 10MB.
and it is not running KDE, that is on the server, it just shows the graphic.
(that's what I was told)

I thought maybe the 2MB for Grafic would be too little, 'cause wenn i switch to desktop 2 it takes a long time, till it is loaded...

Smilie

thx for all the help
 
KBUILDSYCOCA(8) 														   KBUILDSYCOCA(8)

NAME
Description - Rebuilds the system configuration cache. SYNOPSIS
kbuildsycoca [--nosignal | --incremental | --help | --help-qt | --help-kde | --help-all | --author | -v, --version | --license] DESCRIPTION
kbuildsyscoca, as part of the KDE command line tools ensures the proper operation of KDE by reading in all the .desktop, .directory, .kim- gio and .protocol files to constructs a binary database. KDE itself accesses this databse during operation to provide configurational information a program needs to run. This tool is part of ksyscoca, which stands for KDE System Configuration Cache OPTIONS
--nosignal Don't signal applications --incremental Incremental Update --help Show help about options --help-qt Show Qt specific options --help-kde Show KDE specific options --help-all Show all options --author Show author information --version Show version information --license Show license information USAGE
A standard way to run this program is by simply specifying the following command at the prompt kbuildsyscoca FILES
/tmp/kde-$USER/ksyscoca ... ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
$KDEDIRS Specifies which directories are part of the KDE installations SEE ALSO
ksycoca(3), kblah(4), knogga(6) BUGS
There are no known bugs at the time of writing. 2001-04-25 KBUILDSYCOCA(8)

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