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Intense hard drive access activity immediately after log in
I upgraded my ubuntu karmic to lucid a few months ago. I don't know when it all started but the thing is that when I log in, I see a very intense disk access activity for a while that prevents any ...
Nov 12 '10 at 18:06
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