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    Question How make Synaptic ignore one process and your dependencies ?

    How ?
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    Re: How make Synaptic ignore one process and your dependencies ?

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    Re: How make Synaptic ignore one process and your dependencies ?

    Well, I instaled one bank app in my Kubuntu 14.04 and it cause slowlly execution of the Synaptic when I open it.

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    Re: How make Synaptic ignore one process and your dependencies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by henrique-rj View Post
    Well, I instaled one bank app in my Kubuntu 14.04 and it cause slowlly execution of the Synaptic when I open it.
    Man of very few words indeed. I have no clue what you are talking about and I doubt that any has.

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    Re: How make Synaptic ignore one process and your dependencies ?

    Try installing GDebi Package Installer and use that instead of Synaptic to install your "bank app" (assuming it is a *.deb file).

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    Re: How make Synaptic ignore one process and your dependencies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfly41 View Post
    Try installing GDebi Package Installer and use that instead of Synaptic to install your "bank app" (assuming it is a *.deb file).
    But I used exactely GDeb in the instalation.

    The process it causes the slow Synaptic it's " /local/bin/warsaw/wsatspi ( processing go to 100% for ~10 minutes ).

    I have the necessity Synaptic ignore this " wsatspi " ( it's a security plugin bank component ) in your search at the begining.

    Any sugestion ?

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    Re: How make Synaptic ignore one process and your dependencies ?

    I do not know your "warsaw" package ..

    but I note that the path "/usr/local/bin/warsaw/" is not shown above.

    Instead you have "
    /local/bin/warsaw/"
    which will create a "path not found" error

    I would check your paths

    Run command ...
    Code:
    sudo update
    .. and wait some time to complete index of all your files

    then run ..
    Code:
    sudo locate warsaw
    You should see /usr/local/bin/warsaw


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    Re: How make Synaptic ignore one process and your dependencies ?

    Solved !!!

    I kill the process /local/bin/warsaw/watsatspi and /local/bin/warsaw/core with process manager Ksysguard.

    Now Synaptic run quickly.

    For reactivate the refer process it's necessary reboot the system.

    Thanks guys !!!

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