[PC-BSD Testing] Testing Digest, Vol 66, Issue 3

Jacob Daniels jacob.dan1984 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 02:55:43 PDT 2012


no, I did not look at top, did not think of that utility, it seems fine now
as long as I use chrome and stay away from skype, epiphany

right now every shows0% cpu usage, in top


But I am getting other errors such as the various PBI startup icons/links
not being trusted, those include PBI-xchat.desktop , PBI-opera.desktop and
PBI-virtualbox.desktop

It seems anything installed via PBI does not get menu and desktop listings
updated automatically, nor correctly

where would the pbi installation log, be found so I can post it here?

Thanks for all your help, kris in making this wonderful bsd flavor!
It's like gentoo, but several steps up!




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> I am detecting unusually high cpu usage, 45% across all six cpu cores when
> running the included browser that comes with the gnome install, but still
> its runs about half that, between 15 and 29% when idle
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> gnome 2 is not usually known to be that resource heavy... is there any
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> > but still its runs about half that, between 15 and 29% when idle
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> > gnome 2 is not usually known to be that resource heavy... is there any
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> Any specific process causing the usage? Anything in "top" look odd?
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