Re: X-Windows questions
I think you are ust asking too much of your machine :) It is a kind of
multi-tasking linux uses that means you will occasionally (and not
entirely predictably, though doing fewer things at once helps of course)
have halts. It is not a real time system. On the other hand, you can
give priority to important proesses with the 'unice' command and (I think
though I've never used it) an equivelent system call.
On Wed, 28 Jan 1998, Markus Lechner wrote:
> Why i want to run many X-Sessions?
> It's just an old habbit - i loved the Amiga for it's WorkBench and Command-Line
> Interface. So i want to configure Linux in the same way. Actually i'll need a
> little more RAM for this.
> Bingo. The watchdog reboots my system.
> But what kind of multitasking is this, when a process is able to 'slow down' other
> processes in a way that the watchdog isn't able to do what he has to and other
> things like redraw the display works. Strange priority settings, i think... :-)
> Many thanks for all your help,
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