On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 6:43 PM, Gary Kline <kl...@thought.org> wrote:
> guys, (of either gender)
> here's one that is a bit difficult to figure out how to ask, but
> here's my first shot:
> i'm looking for a file what contains string "S". the filename
> in this case has a zillion letters, but that beside the point.
> i can use grep to find "S" and grep gives me the file[s] that
> have the string. now, is there any easy way of reading that
> file, or deleting or otherwise munging that file?
> nutshell is that every time i reboot (into kde), kde wastes
> time/cpu spawning unwanted whatever: versions of konqueror, kttsd,
> ksayit, &c. [[i found these files in
> ~/.kde/share/config/session, about 20, dated may, 09 to oct 08.
> rm'ing the bunch would get rid of the instantiate problem, but
> having a script to diddle with a found string "S" would be
> useful esp'ly if the filename of pathname were long.
> i'll mouse swipe the string and fname to prove my point.
> thanks for any help.
> ps: if scripting this is too grizzly i'll do it in C and do an
> inline post of src and example use.
> p4 16:18 <tao>  rgr www.h-online
> Have you tried logging out of kde with those apps closed?
Adam Vande More
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