David Zeuthen david at
Fri Mar 30 13:46:34 PDT 2007

On Fri, 2007-03-30 at 17:47 +0200, Lubos Lunak wrote:
> > Well, you could contribute to the discussion, or bash GNOME
> > applications. g-p-m uses a lot of libraries, and loads only the gobjects
> > for the hardware you have on your system. Try compiling without DPMS and
> > see the memory reduction.
>  That's not bashing, that's reality. I'm not going to recompile anything, 
> because first of all that's a strange way of quitting something I don't need 
> and second it's not going to help anyway (unless your DPMS implementation 
> needs 1MB heap). KPowersave is not different, that's part of today's reality 
> as well. There are good reasons not to run either of them.

This is all very interesting but perhaps it would be a bit more useful
if you stayed on topic and gave feedback to the org.fd.PM interface.


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