Nautilus loses history
rikona at sonic.net
Wed Nov 2 23:06:17 UTC 2016
Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 8:34:07 AM, Liam wrote:
> On 2 November 2016 at 16:00, Nils Kassube <kassube at gmx.net> wrote:
>> Obviously KDE is not the wanted thing but just some KDE applications.
> I'm not sure if that _is_ obvious. It's not obvious to me.
It is true, perhaps it was not stated with enough emphasis.
> But if the OP does not want all of KDE, then they should not have
> installed all of KDE.
After having problems and checking the net AFTER the install, I see
several places which say this is not a good idea. When I saw it
suggested on the Ubuntu website, though, I thought that was an
authoritative opinion I could trust and followed their suggestion. I
did not check more at that time. Big mistake...
It would be good if they did NOT suggest doing it! Unfortunately I
don't remember the exact page that suggested it. I happened upon it
when I was looking for some of the upgraded/replaced KDE pgms to run
under Ubuntu. Looked like a good way to take care of everything in one
shot - with not a hint of any problems - so I did what they suggested.
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