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(SGS gmail app again)
I do agree that installing it by default is a mistake, however, IMHO you're
taking it far too seriously - I simply made a habit of removing it as my
first post install step.
Sorry for the top post,
On Saturday, October 15, 2011, JB <email@example.com> wrote:
> Gilboa Davara <gilboad <at> gmail.com> writes:
>> > $ dmesh --help
>> > bash: /usr/libexec/pk-command-not-found: No such file or directory
>> Have you tried restarting bash? (Closing and restarting the terminal
>> works for me)
> Good suggestion in this case.
> $ dmesh --help
> bash: dmesh: command not found
> Still, PackageKit (if present) interferes with shell, badly !
> I can not understand why PackageKit devs try to impregnate this, everybody
> says, UNIX-like OS ?
> It is not a business of PackageKit to meddle in shell's matters.
> This is not a bug, this is a silly feature of PackageKit.
> It should not be in it in the first place.
> It has been discussed on the list at time of F13 and rejected by users.
> I have reported it to PackageKit devs a year ago.
> Result ?
> On Abstinence
> Rick Perry Struggles to answer Question on Abstinence
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