With a bog-standard Install of Redhat 6.0 running default KDE/Gnome config
with a 3.3.5 SVGA driver for a TNT2;
X is crap slow(technical term :-) ). Massive swapping is occuring with any
operation, even right-clicking an icon!!!
I am running it on a SCSI LVD drive and I have buckets of RAM, and so am
confused as to what the problem may be.
I have 4 active SWP partitions of 125MB each and 'top' reports about 16.5MB
of RAM allocated with no signs of any 'wierd' lowlevel process swamping the
As far as std. console Disk utils, file searches/copying goes, everything is
hunky dorey & quick....
Anyone know of any Adaptec 2940 servers written for Linux and not SCO?
Also, Linux config files/servers for an SBLive! Value?
From: Stephen Shortland [mailto:stephen at cork.cig.mot.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2000 3:40 PM
To: cork at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [CLUG] gaining control
> where "linux" is the kernel you want to use..
> you should get to a prompt then, or you might get asked for the root
> password again :(
If that happens, the easiest thing to do is to boot from floppy (using
something like the RH rescue disk), mount your partition, go in and
edit the passwd file to clear the root password.
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