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Thread: A lot of klauncher slave-socket in root directory

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    Default A lot of klauncher slave-socket in root directory

    Hi
    I have a lot of klauncher slave-socket in root directory. is this normal?
    can i delete them?

    Code:
    ls -x
    binboot
    devetc
    homekdeinit5__0
    klauncherT10595.1.slave-socket   klauncherT13647.1.slave-socket
    klauncherT14044.1.slave-socket   klauncherT14187.1.slave-socket
    klauncherT15066.1.slave-socket   klauncherT15343.1.slave-socket
    klauncherT15710.1.slave-socket   klauncherT20982.1.slave-socket
    klauncherT21383.1.slave-socket   klauncherT23071.1.slave-socket
    klauncherT26197.1.slave-socket   klauncherT29529.1.slave-socket
    klauncherT30532.1.slave-socket   klauncherT31653.1.slave-socket
    klauncherT31660.1.slave-socket   klauncherXM1209.1.slave-socket
    klauncherXM1747.1.slave-socket   klauncherXM1869.1.slave-socket
    klauncherXM1875.1.slave-socket   klauncherXM2033.1.slave-socket
    klauncherXM2488.1.slave-socket   klauncherXM3028.1.slave-socket
    klauncherXM3132.1.slave-socket   klauncherXM3177.1.slave-socket
    klauncherXM3243.1.slave-socket   klauncherXM3251.1.slave-socket
    klauncherXM3572.1.slave-socket   klauncherXM3921.1.slave-socket
    klauncherXM4109.1.slave-socket   klauncherXM4784.1.slave-socket
    klauncherXM5006.1.slave-socket   klauncherXM5707.1.slave-socket
    klauncherXM8185.1.slave-socket   klauncherXM8573.1.slave-socket
    klauncherXM9009.1.slave-socket   lib
    lib64mnt
    optproc
    rootrun
    sbinselinux
    srvsys
    tmpusr
    
    

    Dual-boot openSUSE and win10
    OpenSUSE Tumbleweed ; Plasma 5.15.x:" LVM encrypted"
    My Partition: GPT and UEFI system
    Hp ProBook 450 G1

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    Default Re: A lot of klauncher slave-socket in root directory

    There's a bug report here: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=356098 concerning Dolphin creating those files. I don't know if that's where yours are coming from though... (I'm running Tumbleweed and don't see that happening.)

    Logged out from KDE (as it seems to be Dolphin that creates them), and, yes, you can delete them.
    Regards, Paul

    2x Tumbleweed (Snapshot: 20191016) KDE Plasma 5
    2x Leap 15.1 KDE Plasma 5

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