kdeinit - kio - stand alone

Kevin Krammer kevin.krammer at gmx.at
Sat Sep 21 10:12:49 BST 2002

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On Saturday, 21. September 2002 07:49, M.H wrote:

> That is why, I needed to know if it is possible to detach kmail,
> konqueror and so on.. from the kio parent process. Because, kio is
> something like a tunnel, but open for any applications. And if you open

I think nobody on this list can answer this.
You will probably have more luck if you ask that on developer list, like 
kde-devel or even kde-core-devel

I guess there should be a way to let Kmail start its own kio processes  
so that they are not shared.

Or KDE could restrict access to kdeinit started kio slaves to only a 
couple of (user) registered programs 

> the tunnel, any application have access to the Internet. But if you
> close it, no kde applications using kio can access to Internet.

Well, even if you could have only KMail access kio smtp, another KDE 
program can still ask KMail to send a mail.


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Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer at gmx.at>
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