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Old 11-08-2007, 02:29 PM   #1
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SuperKaramba memory leak?

I'm running Kubuntu Fiesty 64bit version, and when I try to run a system monitor (i.e. cpu/mem usage, cpu temps, etc) widget in SuperKaramba, it will bomb out. I've used a couple of different system monitor widgets, which worked perfectly in 32bit OS', with the same results. I can leave the system for a while and come back to it completely locked up, and if I wait longer (like overnight) KDE will crash to the login screen. I've narrowed it down to the system monitors by turning off 1 widget at a time, and with the monitors off there isno problems. Anyone got some ideas?
Old 11-09-2007, 11:28 AM   #2
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I did a little more researching on this and it seems it is a problem with SuperKaramba running more than 1 theme at a time. I was able to confirm this by only running the system monitor, and I had no slow down or lockup. There is a bug open on bugzilla, but there hasn't been a resolve or any ideas of a fix yet. If anyone has an idea, I'm all ears.


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