Hi, On maandag 28 oktober 2019 12:33:30 CET Sandro Knauß wrote: > Mmh, okay now the question is, if Akonadi was functional before you deleted > that file. Yes, it was functional. AFAIK akonadi uses my OS credentials, so it doesn't/ shouldn't need any creds that could be stored in that file. > Because at least for me, I would argue, that AppArmor is blocking > the access to ~/.pgpass seems reasonable, as the Postgres database that > Akonadi spins up, don't need access to that file. Agreed. > That's what AppArmor is made for, to block applications to access files, that > they should not have access to. But I'm very new to the AppArmor world, > that's why I don't have any strong option. I don't know much about AppArmor either. I understand the general concept, but usually I'm mostly 'annoyed' by the pop-ups as I don't (really) know what to do about it and consequently just click them away. This issue about accessing ~/.pgpass is probably the first instance that I practically see the advantage of AppArmor. It's possibly useful to figure out whether this is a bug in akonadi or not.
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