Robert Sweetnam wrote:
> Peter Flynn wrote:
>>> This feckin thing is *still* running every time I fire up the laptop
>> (FC4/KDE). I've disabled autofs in the startup, but every time it
>> boots, this bloody silly process starts running and sucks up all CPU
>> for 2-3 minutes. Fun-related things my ass -- autorun is a pain in
>> the ass. How do I stop it ever executing again unless asked?
>> Did you do an update recently?
It's fully updated, but the last 2-3 updates have been on unrelated
stuff like galeon.
> If so might it might have been one of the packages updated.
But I just did an rpm -e autofs and rebooted, and autorun still
comes up. So it's not anything to do with autofs at all.
What else is called autorun that might be doing this?
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