> "7" <website_has_email@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>>> KDE 4.2 brings the MySQL server to the desktop
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>>> | If you?re using Fedora 10, and are a KDE desktop user, you?ll notice
>>> | that your latest KDE 4.2 update, requires having a local MySQL
>>> | server installed. This is due to Akonadi, part of the KDE PIM
>>> | packages, that now rely on MySQL as a default server, for storing
>>> | PIM data. Just a few months ago, I mentioned the news that Amarok 2
>>> | will also use MySQL as a default database.
>> They need to get that MySQL installer working properly - when that
>> fails it can take the whole KDE installation with it by bringing up
>> very hairy sounding error messages.
>> IMHO I think they could either fix it or warn users to install MySQL
>> And then it can run smoothly.
> Sounds like needless bloat to me. Desktop users now need a MySQL
> database running on their local machine just to run KDE.... WTF?
Who said something about *need* you clueless nimwit?
It is needed by Akonadi, a systemwide personal data storage facility.
You know, those types of services ZnU from the MAK camp knows nothing
about. And, obviously, you don't either
You /can/ set up your system to use that. Or something else. Or none of
You know: That choice thingy you wintendo fanbois can't cope with
Another name for a Windows tutorial is crash course