file:/ take long time to load
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 2004 18:50:09 +0200
After upgrading to KDE 3.3 getting an overwiev of the filesystem in
konquereor takes a long time(10 seconds) on one of my computers (not the 2
others). If I just type in i.e. "/var" instead of "/" it comes up almost
I also notice on this computer that it takes slightly longer time from I see
the end of the bootupscreen to I see the NVIDIA-screen, but I'm not sure if
that started with the KDE-upgrade.
I wonder sometimes when I read articles about upgrading (like
http://linuxgazette.net/106/brown.html) if I do something wrong when I do
it much easier. I have just downloaded the rpm's and then I have run
"rpm -Uvh *.rpm" in a console (while I was i KDE), fixed the dependency
problems and runSuSEconfig afterwards. After rebooting I had to reinstall
NVIDIA, but then it worked for me. I didn't even take away
the /tmp/kde-svein. Should I take away the /tmp-files and why? Is there
anything wrong with using such an easy way to upgrade?
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