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[Bug 222490] nautilus occupy 100% CPU
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  • Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2007 04:30:56 -0700 (MST)
  • Message-id: <20070211113056.E59BFFC6@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=222490





------- Comment #15 from larsno1@xxxxxxxxx 2007-02-11 04:30 MST -------
This morning I re-installed the 64-bit openSUSE 10.2 (boxed version; DVD),
still on the same computer (AMD 64 +3500), and applied all patches during
installation. When installation was finished I logged in as a normal user,
ejected the DVD (no Nautilus freeze), looked around a bit, logged out, turned
off the computer, waited a minute, started again, logged in (normal user) and
conducted a series of tests with various media in order to gain some more info
in this matter:

1) CD -- works just fine, whether you just eject them or right-click on them
and choose eject from the menu -- no problemo

2) External USB hd (2.5" Samsung MP0402H 40 Gb) -- works just fine, whether you
just unplug it when not busy or right-click on it and choose unmount from the
menu -- no problemo

3) DVD (movie or openSUSE 10.2) -- works fine as long as you right-click on
them and choose eject from the menu, otherwise, if you just eject it --
Nautilus freezes and occupies 100% of CPU untill I stop process

4) USB memory stick (Canyon 1 Gb) or digital camera (USB; Samsung Digimax A402)
-- dosen't work, whether you just unplug it or right-click on it and choose
unmount (but message "Safe to..." appears as normal) -- Nautilus freezes and
occupies 100% of CPU until I stop process

CD:s behaved the same whether associated to be opened with Banshee or not;
whether played or imported or not. Copying from the media or not didn't seem to
have any effect on the behavior.


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