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    [ubuntu] Re: Login problem when switching users

    I have the same problem with 11.10.
    When switching users first try looks ok, but nothing happens and then I cannot enter any passwords. This worked fine in 11.04.
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    [ubuntu] Sync process respawns and cpu overheats

    I have experienced this problem a couple of days now.
    The ubuntu-syncd process seems to create a ubuntuone-sync-<user> process. This restarts in an infinite loop and creates overload and the cpu to...
  3. [gnome] Re: 10.4 Gnome desktop is spawning multiple processes

    I have had problems with Nautilus respawning and creating a high cpu in 10.04 on a Asus 900.
    The solution (for me) can be found here:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=9668140&postcount=11
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unknown process, high cpu

    I did not do anything else but the changes in /usr/share/applications/nautilus.desktop I mentioned, and restared the computer (partly because the other files don't exist in 10.04..). This solved the...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: infininate loading on xsession. unknown process, high cpu usage!!!!

    Im not sure that this is still a problem for you, but I found a solution to the problem when I had it. For me it was a configuration issue withNautilus.

    Have a look at this post:...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unknown process, high cpu

    The error reappeared yesterday,after a system update. Probably a major change which included a new setup of nautilus configurations. These configurations are the root of my problem. The same fix as...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unknown process, high cpu

    I found a post in another forum :-? that solved the issue.
    http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=69282
    It seems that it is a configuration issue in nautilus.

    Anyway, thanks for the help.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unknown process, high cpu

    I know. Still it spawns multiple instances of itself and dies. No GUI is shown either. In the lower panel it shows multiple "Starting file manager". I have traced this to be and old error. It could...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unknown process, high cpu

    Update: I tried to disable CIFS volumes in fstab. It didn't help! I also tried all different desktops (UNE3d, 2d, Gnome and Failsafe Gnome) The only one where I do not have this problem is in...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unknown process, high cpu

    I see now that it is nautilus. It does not act that way if I start it in Gnome.
    In top I can see nautilus, but in the System monitor is is unnamed, has no command line and no marking for memory.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unknown process, high cpu

    I have tried top, but the process spawns a new process and then dies quicker than I can kill it. The new process does the same and so on and so on. This process of spawning and dying is what takes...
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    [SOLVED] Unknown process, high cpu

    I have the UNE 10.04 installed on a Asys 900. I have a problem with a unknown process running and eating CPU. If I look in the System monitor It shows a process with no apparent parent being started....
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    Installer won't start

    I am trying to install 9.10 UNR on a Asus Eee 1008 HA but I cannot seem to get the installer to start.

    I cant boot OK from the USB and run the desktop OK but if I click on the installer it does...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: One or more of the mounts listed in /etc/fstab cannot yet be mounted

    I edited the /etc/fstab file and renamed all the references to UUID=XXXXXX to whatever they are actually called in /dev:
    /dev/sda1
    /dev/sda5
    etc
    and that fixed the warning. I don't get the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 9.04 slow to the point of being useless

    I found a possible solution to the problem that I have tried on a Dell D600 and it seems that it works.
    Doesn't really sound like a long term solution though.
    Have a look at this:...
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