On Fri, Jun 23, 2000 at 08:22:00PM +0300, Maxim Sobolev wrote:
> Hmm, where my crystal ball... Aha, I see - probably you are using
> Xfree 4.0, while your friend Xfree3.5*. It is where the problem lie
> (see below).
That is correct.
> "It has noting to do with kernel/gnome. XFree 4.0 is known to be
> very hungry for the shared memory, so you should increase SHMSEG
> parameter in your kernel config file. There are no guidelines as to
> what exact number will be sufficient, so you should define it in
> experimental way. I personally set it to 100 (options SHMSEG=100)
> and do not see any warnings anymore."
Unfortunately, these are my current settings:
I can increase it more, but I think this is quite a ridiculous amount
of shared memory to be using. Something must be wrong.
I am now searching for a way to disable the MIT-SHM extension in the X
server, but I think I may have to recompile.
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