[SOLVED] How to disable gnome popup notifications in squeeze?
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I tried gconf-editor, and looked under Apps>Notification-daemon, but it has no option to turn off the popup notifications. The only fours options are default-sound, popup_location, sound_enabled, and theme.
Distribution: Debian Testing, Stable, Sid and Manjaro, Mageia 3, LMDE
Boy I don't know. I popped over here to Squeeze to have a look. Does seem kind of hard wired.
I did look at the options in gconf-editor and wonder what would happen if you just blanked out the position key. Maybe change the position to "false" if leaving it blank is not an option. And blank out the "theme" too.
This is an OS I really like but don't use much. Set up for secure uses. Because of that I am not experimenting with something that is set up. Sorry.
Gnome is frustrating. It is nice to have simplicity as a goal, but some times simplicity gets in the way. In any event, the above command will prevent the notification daemon from running. If you want to restore the popup notifications, you can reset permissions with: