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Nepomuk and KDE to introduce the semantic desktop

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 24.68.50.111] on August 27, 2008 07:53 PM
Greetings all.
I ran KDE-4.1 on a 4 gig RAM with an X2 with debian x86_64 and found Nepomuk to be quite the system hog, sorry to say. I had to turn it off to get stuff done.
I'M NOT a coder by any stretch of the imagination, but I've been know to write a few bash scripts; I don't undersand why the creators of these programs don't write in some controls on how much cpu is used or use cron, etc to spread out the CPU usage. I remember running Beagle for a while, it was the same thing - A big system hog. I tried renice and schedtool, but had varying results plus schedtool added issues, so I uninstalled Beagle.
Comments?
Chris Wakefield
Victoria, B.C.

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