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KDED4(8) KDE User's Manual KDED4(8)
kded4 - KDE daemon - triggers Sycoca database updates when needed.
kded4 [--help] [Generic options] [Qt-options] [KDE-options] [--check]
kded4 is responsible for creating the sycoca file, i.e. the binary cache of servicetypes, mimetypes, and services for a particular user.
It monitors the directories containing .desktop files. When a file is added/removed, it waits 5 seconds (in case of series of updates), and
then launches kbuildsycoca.
Show author information.
--help Show help about options.
Show all options.
Show KDE specific options.
Show Qt specific options.
Show license information.
Show version information
Check Sycoca database only once.
If kded4 is called without parameters and is already running, it shows the message:
KDE Daemon (kded) already running.
If kded4 is called with kded4 --check, then it updates the KDE sycoca using kbuildsycoca.
kdeoptions(7), qtoptions(7), kbuildsycoca(8)
There are probably tons of bugs. Use bugs.kde.org: http://bugs.kde.org to report them.
David Faure <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Waldo Bastian <email@example.com>.