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NAME

       kbuildsycoca4 - Rebuilds the system configuration cache.

SYNOPSIS

       kbuildsycoca4 [[--nosignal] | [--noincremental] | [--checkstamps] |
                     [--nocheckfiles] | [--global] | [--menutest] |
                     [--track menu-id] | [--help] | [--help-qt] | [--help-kde]
                     | [--help-all] | [--author] | [-v, --version] |
                     [--license]]

DESCRIPTION

       kbuildsycoca4, as part of the KDE command line tools ensures the proper
       operation of KDE by reading in all the .desktop, .xml, and .protocol
       files to construct a binary database.

       KDE itself accesses this database during operation to provide
       configuration information a program needs to run.

       This tool is part of ksycoca4, which stands for KDE System
       Configuration Cache

OPTIONS

       --nosignal
           Do not signal applications to update

       --noincremental
           Disable incremental update, re-read everything

       --checkstamps
           Check file timestamps

       --nocheckfiles
           Disable checking files (dangerous)

       --global
           Create global database

       --menutest
           Perform menu generation test run only

       --track menu-id
           Track menu id for debug purposes

       --help
           Show help about options

       --help-qt
           Show Qt specific options

       --help-kde
           Show KDE specific options

       --help-all
           Show all options

       --author
           Show author information

       -v , --version
           Show version information

       --license
           Show license information

USAGE

       A standard way to run this program is by simply specifying the
       following command at the prompt kbuildsycoca4

FILES

       /var/tmp/kde-$USER/ksycoca4
           The default directory where the cache files are stored.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       $KDEDIRS
           Specifies which directories are part of the KDE installations

       $KDESYCOCA
           Specifies the path to the sycoca database file

SEE ALSO

       kdeinit4

BUGS

       There are probably tons of bugs. Use bugs.kde.org[1] to report them.

AUTHOR

       Darian Lanx <content@openprojects.net>
           Author.

NOTES

        1. bugs.kde.org
           http://bugs.kde.org