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Re: [SLE] Bugs in KMail, KDEInit?
  • From: "Howard Coles Jr." <hcoles@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2002 23:14:59 -0600
  • Message-id: <200211062314.59822.hcoles@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Wed November 6 2002 10:15 pm, Howard Coles Jr. wrote:
> On Thu October 10 2002 01:21 pm, Glen wrote:

> Add the "ME TOO" to this question. I have noticed that when my wife logs
> out and I log in something was taking up all the processor. doing a ps -ef
> would show that a process with her userid was using all that was available.
> I have to su, then kill -9 the process. just a kill or kill nohup would
> not stop it. I am running KDE 3.0.4 on SuSE 8.0 from the update
> directories on the ftp mirror.
>
> Is there a setting that would fix this anybody?

Well, it appears that when you write a question like this you will find your
answer faster. Like pushing the elevator button repeatedly, :-).

Actually I found in the KDE users ( and I think one other in this list) list
some loosely related problems with konqueror, and kicker. The problem (I
think, after putting the pieces together) is that if you (using SuSE
especially) update KDE the old files in /tmp don't appreciate it and don't go
away. After I went in and deleted ALL the files from /tmp I was able to
login, logout, and see the process go away properly.

Now, is it completely resolved? Maybe. But, either way I do have a work
around until one is found. BTW: the buzilla number and link is:
http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=48984

According the the bug number above, most, if not all, are using SuSE 8.0 or
above. One person even mentioned that the problem shows up over time, which
makes me wonder if I have "fixed" it, or delayed it.

--
See Ya'
Howard Coles Jr.
John 3:16!

"The act of faith is the obedience of the understanding to God revealing, and
the product of that is the obedience of the will to God commanding."
Matthew Henry, on Romans 1:5

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