On Mon, 2007-09-24 at 13:44 +0200, cpghost wrote:
> On Mon, 24 Sep 2007 16:19:49 +0900
> Byung-Hee HWANG <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > 
> > Just been wondering about this for long weeks. I have some complain
> > Thudnerbird's the speed when it start up on FreeBSD. Its speed is very
> > slow. While thunderbird start up, I go to brew coffee. Aside from
> > that, Thunderbird is the best MUA, indeed.
> Thunderbird runs just fine here, but I've switched to
> claws-mail a while ago because I'm running on very slow
> hardware (500 MHz VIA C3/Eden), where Thunderbird really
> crawls at a snail's pace (Firefox too, of course). Yet
> even then, it doesn't take proportionally very long to
> start up.
> Thunderbird (and Firefox) are just big resource hogs, that's
> all. If you experience VERY long start up times, you have
> another problem. I once had startup issues on a diskless setup,
> and it turned out to be a weird problem involving gconf2,
> threading and lockd. It went away after I disabled NFS again
> and used real disk storage.

Well, I cannot understand your advice because I'm newbie about Unix-like
system. Actually I want to use the claws-mail someday. 

Thanks anyway!


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