Re: KDE 3.1.1 Fast as root but slow as User
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Am Dienstag, 8. April 2003 23:08 schrieb Patrick Dreker:
> The X memory usage includes AGP mem. So if your card has 32 meg of RAM you
> have to subtract this first. My X reports 290 megs used, but I have 128
> megs of that on my graphics board.
That's too much ;)
I'm pretty sure that X does not use that much.
BTW: KDE3.1.1 can run fine with 128MB and I am not so sure that all the blame
for memory hogging goes to KDE itself.
What's worse is that KDE still takes ages to start, independent on how fast
the system is. KDM starts up fast (although it is still pretty slow), too, so
somewhere must be a big problem in the startup routine. The whole desktop
creation stuff simply cannot take that long, other window managers do that
much faster, too. QT and KDE libs and all that is already loaded by KDM.
What does actually take that long? Or to be more specific: what eats up the
most time at KDE startup?
I have enough RAM (256MB) and a decent cpu (Athlon-1.33GHz but AthlonXP 2200+
behaves the same).
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