On Sun, February 10, 2013 10:25 am, Harry van Haaren wrote:
Same thing on my acer wireless net IF. In my case turning it off is not
enough, I have to unload the kernel module for it.
> -as few daemons as possible
When I suggest this, I get "this is 2013 now, any recent HW can handle
whatever is in there". :P
Start with cron and buddies that may want check if there is new software
available or scan the whole disc for new files to make search faster.
any of the sql services unless your software has to have them.
One of my personal goals is to find out what all the stuff running on my
system is there for. Not just the system stuff at start up but also the
session stuff that starts when the session does. For example, there is a
copy of thunar running that allows files in my Desktop directory to show
on my desktop. I don't use this feature... I don't need it. (I have all
icons turned off on my desktop) Anything that is on my desktop is normally
covered by apps anyway...
> -there is no proprietary driver for the Ati HD2400XT integrated for the
Graphic sparkle is another thing I could use less of. There are some audio
apps that use libs that use graphic acceleration. Having drivers that
support that means the GPU is doing things your CPU doesn't have to. But
the open drivers seem to do that pretty good these days.
PCMCIA is, as far as I know, connected as if it was PCI.
Yes I am looking for a pattern. So far I am seeing PCI cards work well.
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