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I use Xubuntu, but at this time I only have 1 GB RAM and the system is very slow. I started to remove services and tasks that I don't need.

I found that 'oneconf' uses 14 MB RAM, which is too much for me. Can I remove safely? I found that Wiki page, but I can't answer the question.

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The Software center depends on that service. You will figure it out if you try to remove it. BTW you can disable it using this approach by David Anderson

sudo chmod a-x /usr/share/oneconf/oneconf-service
sudo chmod a-x /usr/share/oneconf/oneconf-query
sudo chmod a-x /usr/share/oneconf/oneconf-update

In other words: change permissions for these files.

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