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@joekamprad That looks helpful. I’ll try out the first tip here, desktop files with Hidden=true added in my ~/.config/autostart/ and see how that goes. At least they didn’t start up after a boot.
tracker daemon -k
Kills tracker till next boot
tracker is dependency nitted with gnome,
you can only disable with a hack, as far as i know.
But it is tracking all files on newly installed systems. So may going calm on its own after ready…
Here are some smart hints:
If you click on /dev/sda2 “Bearbeiten” Button gets activ and a pop up let you choose what to do with this partition, here you can choose mountpoint /boot/efi and make sure to not format and not change filesystemtype.