Hi thanks for interest and the links, replies, i think the problem
describe in the link is far years ago its 2009 with version of
nautilus so old 2.26 and the debian 6.0.3 has nautilus 2.30. I just
wonder why this bug still exist since its known for almost 3 years.
i Would like to try to downgrade to nautilus 2.24-* since that
version describe in the discussion is said to be fix but i dont have
a direct connection to the repo. Also in addition i believe its not
hardware specific like mention in the reply msgs since i try it also
in the sun blade 1000 its the same. i would try to ulta 2 or ultra 5
but i guess its all the same.|
Its been 3 days circumventing this problem i wonder if i try some desktop manager since downgrading in lenny version describe in some message reply will take me another day for downloading the installer. In my surprise installing LXDE since its available in the DVD installer package has pretty solve my problem im running the LXDE session manager and it less consume CPU so i guess gnome will be scrap, I am also enlightened on this problem in gnome since im a gnome user for ubuntu almost 3 years now. So i guess its true about other reply also in mail about debian sparc is so buggy its not fit for stable version.
So i had this question in mind.
1. Is debian sparc gnome manager is a bit a problem or maybe im looking the wrong direction.
2. How about gnome for x86 i386 and amd64 does the same buggy or just gnome for sparc.
3. Does LXDE required or some components of the gnome required to functions lxde manager( as an example how about specific application), im planning to remove the gnome desktop manager)
4. What are the advantage or dis-advantage using LXDE or GNOME except for its lighter CPU on LXDE
As this experience im enlighted on using other Lighter desktop manager,
Thanks for the interest and replies.
On Friday, 16 December, 2011 11:12 PM, Patrick Baggett wrote:
I had this problem too. I just used XFCE 4 instead, but it isn't a problem specific to SPARC. The fix looked annoying when I read it and I don't really like Gnome anyways...