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Which is your favourite desktop?

Most of the people think that they can not use Unix as desktop.

By this poll we gone tell them that we not just use Unix as desktop but also love different display managers like GNOME, KDE etc.....
 
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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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