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I'm still new to Linux (using Mint, but I think this is pretty much the same). I tried this: sudo apt-get purge kde-full --auto-remove (I used kde-full to install it, replace that with whatever you used) It's much shorter and doesn't make you look up every single package involved.
If your system has moved to systemd, specifically the logind service, settings for the logind service will control the system's behavior when the lid closes. Specifically, look for the logind.conf file (probably at /etc/systemd/logind.conf), and edit it to set the HandleLidSwitch setting (to ignore). #HandleLidSwitch=suspend HandleLidSwitch=ignore After ...
Activity manager configuration settings The ~/.kde/share/config/activitymanagerrc has the information of the available, running and the current activity. At here the KDE is slow to update the activitymanagerrc. If I change the activity and log out the current activity is still the old one. The next log in the KDE is starting to the old activity. ...
To reset your USER kde: mv ~/.kde4 ~/.kde4.old Then restart your pc. It will set your KDE settings to default.. All the setting will be set to default.
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