Date: 14 Oct, 2009
Posted by: admin
In: hints & tips|linux, open source & software
If you’re being bugged by the kres-migrator wanting to move your resources over to akonadi, but like me are not using the KDE PIM apps (KMail, KOrganizer, KContactManager, KPilot, etc.) then here’s what to do.
Open a terminal (Alt+F2: “Konsole”, for example) and enter the following string:
kwriteconfig –file kres-migratorrc –group Migration –key Enabled –type bool false
That should fix it. It does for me.
From what I can tell this is a way to get KDE to write “false” next to the “enabled” option under “migration” in a file called kres-migratorrc. If you want to use Akonadi and/or the kres-migrator later you’ll probably want to reenable either by editing that file or using:
kwriteconfig –file kres-migratorrc –group Migration –key Enabled –type bool true
Thanks to The Liquidator.
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