x11amp, lsof & kernels
I recently made the upgrade (a few hours ago) to kernel 2.2.1 from 2.0.34
and really like it! I have only two questions that I would be grateful if
someone more knowledgable could answer.
1. x11amp (v 0.9) used to take about 13% CPU according to top... now it's
sitting steadfast at 35.3% Is it really taking more processor, or is this
due to some kernel option I might have chosen? Should I recompile x11amp
under kernel 2.2.1?
2. lsof won't do anything anymore (not that I expected it to). Are there
any new binaries for kernel 2.2.1 in .deb form, or should I compile my
own, if so, where can I get either .debs or source?
Thanks in advance.
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