On Wed, 16 Jul 2008 16:03:32 -0700
Gary Kline <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 08:42:13PM -0500, David Kelly wrote:

> > You might consider adding something like
> > 
> > setenv  TMPDIR  /home/dkelly/tmp
> > setenv  TMP     /home/dkelly/tmp

There are also KDEVARTMP and KDETMP which are specific to kde

>       what i  should probably do is make extract ktts or amarok and
>       look for /tmp/kde-[usr]/* and se WHY these wav files are ever
>       kept.  for kttsd, yeah, it makes going back several lines
>       easier.  that may explain why i have found
> "{garbage}wav{garbage}" where {garbage} is several alpha-numbering.
> no dots, no hyphens.  or files ending in *wav.part"
>       this may be a historical leftover from when memory was very
>       pricey and disk-space much cheaper.  [[ guessing ]]

KAudioCreator and konqueror create intermediate wav[.part] files when
they are extracting MP3s etc from CDs.
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