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Bug#18576: marked as done (fvwm2: Fvwmbuttons are eating processor time)

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Subject: fvwm2: Fvwmbuttons are eating processor time
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Package: fvwm2
Version: 2.0.46-BETA-2

-- System Information
Debian Release: 2.0 (unstable)
Kernel Version: Linux spike 2.0.33 #5 Thu Feb 19 01:44:54 EST 1998 i686 unknown

the fvwmbuttons process doesn't seem to die when i exit fvwm2. this
happens only occasionally. it then starts eating up all the processor

frank      144 95.3  0.7   0  1552   760   652  ?  R     88:12 /usr/lib/X11/fvwm2//FvwmButtons 11 4 /tmp/fvwmrca00138 0 8 

Versions of the packages fvwm2 depends on:
libc6	Version: 2.0.7pre1-1
xlib6g	Version: 3.3.1-2
xpm4g	Version: 3.4j-0.6

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