I do have gnome installed, but I do not use it since I was turned on
to fluxbox. Thanks Archers!
The only uncommented line in my .xinitrc file is exec fluxbox.
Near as I can tell, gconfd starts-up when I launch mozilla. How to
keep it [gconfd ] quite?
/var/log/messages Jun 26 19:52:55 loquat init: Entering runlevel: 3 Jun 26 19:57:40 loquat gconfd (dk-952): starting (version 2.6.1), pid 952 user 'dk' Jun 26 19:57:40 loquat gconfd (dk-952): Resolved address "xml:readonly:/opt/gnome/etc/gconf/gconf.xml.mandatory" to a read-only config source at position 0 Jun 26 19:57:40 loquat gconfd (dk-952): Resolved address "xml:readwrite:/home/dk/.gconf" to a writable config source at position 1 Jun 26 19:57:40 loquat gconfd (dk-952): Resolved address "xml:readonly:/opt/gnome/etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults" to a read-only config source at position 2 Jun 26 20:12:33 loquat gconfd (dk-952): Received signal 15, shutting down cleanly Jun 26 20:12:33 loquat gconfd (dk-952): Exiting
Just a question , are you using mozilla, firefox or thunderbird?
If yes that is the reason you have gconfd running.
I read somewere that mozilla is going to be more integrated in gnome, it should replace nautilus.
At least on my system gconf-d start each time I start mozilla-* and stop after a while I closed mozilla-*
Just try to verify that on your system.
Sorry I didn't read you post carefully, :oops:
I think there is no way to stop it, read my previosu post for the reason
I poked around with gconf-editor, but nothing seems to work. I guess
It really doesn't matter much since I can just Kill it.
Although it makes me wounder what will happen when I get rid of gnome. Maybe that is a bad idea. :?