KDEPIM 4.6 prob^Wimpressions
1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Sat Jul 2 22:59:11 BST 2011
Alex Schuster posted on Sat, 02 Jul 2011 16:55:01 +0200 as excerpted:
> Kevin Krammer writes:
>> On Wednesday, 2011-06-29, Alex Schuster wrote:
>> > Kevin Krammer writes:
>> > > On Tuesday, 2011-06-28, Alex Schuster wrote:
>> > BTW, I have lots of resources named akonadi_ical_resource_0 to
>> > akonadi_ical_resource_20 (only number 19 is missing), all with no
>> > file name selected.
>> You can delete those (kcmshell4 kcm_akonadi_resources or from
>> this is a hard to reproduce bug (timing related) when migrating
> Thanks, I did so. Looks less cluttered now. There ares till some empty
> - Personal Calendar: No file selected - Adressbuch: No KDE address book
> plugin configured yet.
> - akonadi_kabc_resource_2: No KDE address book plugin configured yet.
> - akonadi_kcal_resource_0: No KDE calendar plugin configured yet.
> I guess I will just delete them. Never did much with the calendar, and
> the address book seems to work, although kmail does not use its entries
> for auto completion. But that's no problem, I just have not dealt with
> this yet.
Thankfully, I deleted the blank/unused entries here, before upgrading all
my kdepim packages to 4.6 (while they were still 4.4). IMO that made the
akonadi kmail migration that much less confusing, as I didn't have all
those empty resources doing nothing to confuse me.
It was a bit scary to do, but I figured if it was either empty or a dupe,
I should be able to safely delete it, and that turned out to be correct.
Plus, back then the only real resource I had to worry about was the
address book, unlike now, when I have all the mail resources too. Thus
there was less chance of deleting something I actually needed, back
then. (That was actually one reason I did it then, as I knew the kmail
migration was going to happen eventually, and better to do it when I
didn't have a lot to lose than when I did...)
Bottom line, you're correct, those empty ones should be safely
deletable. But I'm glad I did it here when the stakes were smaller if I
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