how to disable Text-to-speechmanager on startup, and disable fsck after 20 boots
For some unknown reason the KDE Text-to-speechmanager (kttsmgr) appears every time on startup (I use XFCE).
How do I disable this? Must be something simple I overlooked, but I can't find it.
After 20 boots fsck does a forced check on the root filesystem... what's the reason for this? Nothings wears after 20 boots, or gets damaged in any way.
In fstab I set a zero in the sixth column in order to prevent this, but to no effect.
Last edited by Kristian2; 02-25-2009 at 09:12 AM.