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Old 04-01-2009, 11:32 AM   #1
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Question kded4 knotify4 kdeinit4 kaccess and other processes started twice How do I stop this?

I set up a new server from scratch with Fedora 10. It works fine mostly.
But I can see many processes started twice (krunner kded4 knotify4 kdeinit4 kaccess plasma nepomukserver packagekitd klauncher kmix kwin and others).
What I saw first was firefox starting automatically after login to kde and then telling me that it was already started, but it was not visible.

What could be the reason? Any ideas?
Old 04-02-2009, 06:53 AM   #2
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a session from remote desktop connection was the polluter

ok, I found the solution myself. A persistent remote desktop connection caused all the open processes.
Looks like the next question for me is how to finalize a remote connection properly, but that's another story.


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