Changing the Web browsers cache setting through dcop

Kevin Krammer kevin.krammer at
Wed Nov 22 00:30:33 GMT 2006

On Tuesday 21 November 2006 21:06, Michael Stucki wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I have written a small script that checks for a network connection during
> suspend/resume.
> If there is no network, kmail will be configured to be offline, for
> example.
> This works pretty good using these commands:
> | /usr/bin/dcop --user <myuser> kmail KMailIface stopNetworkJobs
> | /usr/bin/dcop --user <myuser> kmail KMailIface resumeNetworkJobs
> Now I would like to configure the konqueror cache in a same way. I can
> change this setting through
> kcontrol -> Internet & Network -> Web Browser -> Cache
> However, I didn't find a way to control this via dcop. Does anybody know if
> it is possible?

Cache settings could be part of a configuration file, possibly one for the IO 

One can use kwriteconfig to change values in those files, however having 
application reload them might be difficult (possible though, there is a 
script on which does this to re-read proxy settings)


Kevin Krammer, KDE developer, xdg-utils developer
KDE user support, developer mentoring
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