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Dec
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comment Since that last kernel upgrade X uses too much RAM
I will check into booting with the last kernel, if I didn't tell Grub to only keep one around.
Dec
25
comment Since that last kernel upgrade X uses too much RAM
Oh sorry I didn't respond earlier to you guys thanks for answering. I thot I was supposed to get emails for replies, but I guess not. Anyways, I have 2 gigs of Ram. And I am using htop sorted with the memory field. I kill anything iffy, like Chrome and DropBox, and while the swap will clear up a bit, the line with /usr/bin/X is always at the top and still shows 44-59% RAM and then right below the next biggest ram eater is like compiz 2.3% or AWN. It HAS to be an X memory leak cause X doesn't go down in memory usage even after I close Chrome, which is by far the biggest RAM eating program.
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Dec
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asked Since that last kernel upgrade X uses too much RAM