Tamas Sarga wrote:
Daniel Fuhrmann wrote:
Am Dienstag, 28. April 2009 00:16:24 schrieb Kevin "Yeaux" Dupuy:
On Mon, 2009-04-27 at 08:55 +0200, Daniel Fuhrmann wrote:
There are many complains about beagle.
Does anybody use this dog?
My first step with a new system is to deinstall beagle.
Breaking News: just because *you* don't use an integral part of the system, doesn't mean others don't. I and many others (as seen on the tens of other threads about this) do use it and don't have the issues others seem to.
My intention was only to find out if it is often used or not.
If a program is working for you, you wont complain about it, so I can't guess how many users are running it.
Other breaking news:
It is fact, that beagle brakes performance on older systems.
I also use beagle. It is hard to tell, how much people uses beagle, because if someone has problems, then much people catch up the thread to tell, that it is slow for them too, but no one replies, that hi, it's good for me. I don't mind if beagle becomes disabled by default, just please take a note to the release notes with a link to a doc what describes, how could be enabled as easy as possible.
I am not a user as stated previously in the thread, also as promised I checked my relative's box last night as he had been complaining of it being very much slower - sure enough, beagled was the culprit, used kill -9 and zypper rm, box (XP3000+/4G memory) is now responsive and he is happy again. I have no problems with it being disabled by default and available to those who find it useful. Regards Sid.