Re: Delay under X
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On Wed, 1 Sep 1999 email@example.com wrote:
> Hi all,
> It happens a very strange thing in my Debian distribution (now, it's
> 2.1/potato mixed) that I haven't noticed under others as RedHat, OpenLinux
> or FreeBSD. The problem is that when I 'startx' it apperes the cross mouse
> pointer and it's a big delay (some times to 10 secs) until X loads the
> window manager, in my case, WindowMaker. I've tried fvwm also, and there
> is that delay too. In other distributions, the window manager apperes
> inmediatlly on screen.
> Anybody knows what's happening ??
Do those other boxes have as complicated an /etc/X11/Xsession file as
Debian provides? By default, Debian makes sure various random things are
properly set up before going ahead and starting your .xsession || running
the window manager from /etc/X11/window-managers || running
/usr/bin/x-window-manager || running /usr/bin/x-terminal-emulator.
Also, if you have ssh installed, ssh-agent may be taking a few extra
cycles to start as well.
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