Posted by Brian @ 12:15 pm on May 7th 2011

Completely disabling Akonadi in Kubuntu 11.04

Akonadi is a storage service that certain KDE programs use heavily. I only use the KDE windowing environment and I don’t use any of the applications in KDE, so akonadi was just wasting RAM and potentially CPU.

So to disable it, set StartServer=false in .config/akonadi/akonadiserverrc:


It might still load if you use KDE-dependent apps, or it might cause your system to blow up. But that should do the trick.

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