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    Re: Hp mie interface download

    Hello,
    I want to use this interface on my Dell Mini 9, but harbour eats up 50% of the CPU. This make my notebook quite unusable. I'm wondering if on an HP Mini 1000 is the same problem.
    Is this because I use i386? Is there something I'm missing?!?

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    Re: Hp mie interface download

    I wouldn't recommend anyone using this interface quite yet (unless you want to try to figure out how to fix it). Much of the launcher interface doesn't work right.

    Just the theme by itself looks pretty good, but some icons don't work so well.

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    Well, I have tried it but i didn't stress myself to fix it since the interface runs like hell. I really wonder how much CPU does it use on HP Mini since it has the same CPU.
    Now that I'm thinking about it, may it be because of the video card drivers? Because I use the ones that came with Intrepid.

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    Re: Hp mie interface download

    Thanks everyone for the great work and clarity in how-to.

    i followed the steps, the only problem is the following:

    my system resources are swamped. i have a dual core 2.4 and one core is constantly at 100% while the second is around 20 - 30%. Also its using around 300mb of my 3gb ram.

    i am running this on my desktop with 8.10.
    Last edited by ecacafce; February 14th, 2009 at 11:00 PM.

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    Re: Hp mie interface download

    I am making a port of the metacity to emerald, incase anyone is interested.

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    Re: Hp mie interface download

    Quote Originally Posted by ecacafce View Post
    Thanks everyone for the great work and clarity in how-to.

    i followed the steps, the only problem is the following:

    my system resources are swamped. i have a dual core 2.4 and one core is constantly at 100% while the second is around 20 - 30%. Also its using around 300mb of my 3gb ram.

    i am running this on my desktop with 8.10.
    Not sure why there are reports of too much consumption of resources. Mine's a venerable IBM X-41 with a single core 1.6G CPU. Typically with Firefox, a terminal, and system monitor open, CPU is about 25%. system-monitor consumes most of it.

    It *might* be because you haven't installed all the debs necessary.

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    Re: Hp mie interface download

    it just struck me that it might be possible i installed debs for 64bit?

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    Re: Hp mie interface download

    Quote Originally Posted by ecacafce View Post
    it just struck me that it might be possible i installed debs for 64bit?
    Note also that I have disabled Compiz. That may also cause the issue, but I did not see much use of Compiz eye-candy with this interface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pvravi View Post
    Note also that I have disabled Compiz. That may also cause the issue, but I did not see much use of Compiz eye-candy with this interface.
    is there anyway to fix this?
    Last edited by ecacafce; February 15th, 2009 at 11:54 PM.

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