On Mon, 2008-08-04 at 12:45 +0200, Rodrigo Moya wrote:
I think this might be beagle not being enabled by default in Fedora. It is what makes, IMO, the desktop slower. If you disable beagle, it should be as fast as in Fedora. It seems to be for me, as Vincent, I don't see any major difference between my opensuse GNOME and the one in Ubuntu
Before disabling beagle, I'd love an strace -ttt of the daemon / process that's being slow - so we can fix that ;-) Also, turning off beagle / mail indexing can be helpful too.