krfb running CPU to 100%
cave.dnb at tiscali.fr
Fri Sep 16 19:42:13 BST 2005
On Friday 16 Sep 2005 6:18 pm, Ewan Grantham wrote:
> So is the problem that no one can read this (in which case I suppose
> no one will read this either), or that no one else is having this
> problem, or that folks are having the problem and there's no known fix
> at the moment?
> On 9/15/05, Ewan Grantham <ewan.grantham at gmail.com> wrote:
> > OK, I've done some searching through the archives, and can't find the
> > answer (or am not looking for the right one). So thought I'd ask.
> > I connect to my home computer a couple times a day from work on my
> > breaks, and on a different distribution had used VNCserver. But that
> > distribution didn't support RAID without customizing the kernel, and
> > that's not a hobby I feel like taking up at this point :-)
> > So, install Breezy Kubuntu, make a few changes here and there, notice
> > that it already has a remote desktop software option. Oh goody, one
> > less thing to install and configure.
> > However, whenever I connect to the machine (using RealVNC 4.0.x for
> > Windows), the CPU jumps up to 100%. Is there anything I can do? Change
> > some configuration somewhere? Or is this a known issue and I need to
> > go back to using VNCserver?
Hi Ewan. It may be worth having a look at ps auxw and see whats actually
consuming all this cpu. Nigel. just offering 2 cents worth.
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