kded4 lockup (which makes the desktop unusable so this is important)

Jaroslaw Staniek js at iidea.pl
Thu May 8 21:08:38 BST 2008

Matthias Kretz said the following, On 2008-05-08 21:48:
> Thanks for the fix. It was driving me insane.
> On Thursday 08 May 2008, Andreas Hartmetz wrote:
>> I believe that we should still look for ways to make kded (way) more
>> robust. Strange things will happen everytime one module takes down or,
>> worse, locks up kded.
> I agree that kded4 is too important to not have some safety net...
> Should we create a kded4 watchdog? That checks (via dbus) whether it is still 
> running or locked up?

And a watchdog for dbus please, collaborating with other watchdogs, especially 
for Windows. ;=)

That's BTW. Seriously, killing dbus-daemon is the current way of 'unlocking' 

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