Hi everyone, I'm running 6.2-RELEASE on two systems (a Pentium 4 and a dual Athlon), and whenever I log into Xfce4, I notice that a process called "dbus-daemon" is invoked and eats up 100% of the CPU when no other processes are running.
If another process is running, dbus-daemon only hogs about 50% of the CPU, but this is still frustrating. If, for example, I am compiling a port, dbus-daemon takes about 50% of my CPU time, leaving only half the processor's time for compiling. I am fairly new to xfce, and googling the issue hasn't helped me out. Any ideas? How can I fix dbus so it doesn't use so much CPU, or how can I disable it completely? I know it is used for inter-application communication, but I'm not entirely sure I need it (I don't see any adverse effects when I kill it manually). I don't see anything unusual in /var/log/messages, nor any errors in ~/.xsession-errors. Thanks for the help, Charlie _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"