Updates to kdelibs3 or Aha, I knew something was wrong!
It's now quite public, but you can check
http://dot.kde.org/988663144/ to see that a new version of
kdelibs3 is released, that covers a security hole.
It also fixes something I suspected a few days ago, but that I
could not isolate well enough to report here: a memory leak in
Browsing some pr0n sites (which actually put your browser
under quite a good stress test), I noticed that Linux started
swapping like mad, but I didn't know the cause. After some
more browsing, er, investigation :-), I identified that the
reason might be a possible memory leak.
This memory leak also seems to have evidenced another memory
leak: it *seems* that Linux 2.4.4 also has a memory leak
(memory which was allocated on swap after the Konqueror thing
didn't get back even *after* I went to the console using
single user mode!).
So, it's nice to see this nasty bug fixed. :-)
s, The Konqueror Tester... :-)
Rogerio Brito - firstname.lastname@example.org - http://www.ime.usp.br/~rbrito/