Last edited by mrule; March 30th, 2013 at 08:06 PM. So then I tried plugging the tv-card in a usb port directly on the motherboard. Best, Mia Aaron Wang Shi (aarons-wang) wrote on 2010-08-05: #97 to Mia, I have the same problem in 10.04, and only in 10.04. 9.04/9.10 works fine on my Dell e6400. I installed nvidia-beta from AUR using packer, and reboot.12. have a peek here
Disabling Compiz doesn't improve things that much. (maybe shaves one second off) I've tried with SLI enabled and disabled and get same results. LinuxKrn (bugs-linuxlogin) wrote on 2008-12-05: #22 I'd also like to add this happens with me as well. Is it possible to get a professor position without having had any fellowships in grad school? Changed in ubuntu: status: New → Confirmed See full activity log To post a comment you must log in.
Michael Nagel (nailor) wrote on 2009-12-13: #85 i am running karmic + radeon graphics card. I kill empathy and the issue goes away here too. I'm using an ATI Mobility Radeon 5400. $ lspci | grep VGA 01:05.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD] nee ATI RS880M [Mobility Radeon HD 4200 Series] 02:00.0 VGA compatible Maybe this applies here, as well.
Jithin Emmanuel (jithin1987) wrote on 2009-08-06: #75 I am using kubuntu karmic and seeing one issue of high cpu usage after *suspend to ram*. empathy seems to be a resource hog period. Mark as duplicate Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE You are not directly subscribed to this bug's notifications. Xorg 100 Cpu Nvidia Better yet, in combination with the driver update, you might get the expected, smooth and slick performance once again.
But I am already using Ubuntu raring and libcairo2 and libcairo-gobject2 are already in their newest version i.e. 1.12.14. asked 3 years ago viewed 9814 times active 1 year ago Related 0Xorg constant high cpu usage1Xorg and compiz using 20% of CPU4Ubuntu CPU load0problem in installing amd driver radeon hd It's a very strange symptom though. As far as I'm aware the only way to install the beta drivers is through nvidia's installer.
I want to say that i surfed a lot to find a solution for my problem, but no way. Ubuntu 14.04 High Cpu Usage Success! I opened a term via a shortcut on my gnome-panel and executed mplayer and the music started while the screen remained "frozen". P.S.
So the bug may still exist, just nVidia has a workaround in 180.06. Coprimes up to N Can a 50 Hz, 220 VAC transformer work on 40 Hz, 180VAC? Xorg High Cpu Ubuntu Mats Taraldsvik (meastp) wrote on 2008-11-09: #10 ..or more happens, to be exact. Ubuntu 16.04 Xorg High Cpu Effects of bullets firing while in a handgun's magazine Changing "Chapter 3" to "My chapter III" and no change in the remaining chapters Procession for the dead Does SQL Server cache
Do you want to help me take early retirement? navigate here Effects of bullets firing while in a handgun's magazine Is a "object constructor" a shorter name for a "function with name `object` returning type `object`"? Panels, icons, startup sound, etc. share|improve this answer edited Aug 24 '12 at 3:31 Eliah Kagan 58k17165259 answered Dec 16 '11 at 14:40 Ian Wood 111 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I have Xorg High Cpu Nvidia
Essentially, during normal use, both processes will fluctuate between using next to no CPU to all of my CPU. Join Date Oct 2008 Beans 141 Re: Xorg high cpu usage, found no solutions searching The CPU fans have also sounded like a jet engine. Fiancée has a position lined up, but none of the universities in the area are hiring. Check This Out Leonid Evdokimov (darkk) wrote on 2013-02-11: #13 I have installed following packages from 13.04 repos to my 12.10 box: libcairo2_1.12.10-1ubuntu1_amd64.deb libcairo2_1.12.10-1ubuntu1_i386.deb libpixman-1-0_0.28.2-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb libpixman-1-0_0.28.2-0ubuntu1_i386.deb These packages fixed the bug for me.
The computer I am using is a dell inspiron 9200 laptop. Ubuntu Restart Xorg Xorg now sits at the top of the cpu usage list constantly using 10 - 20%, whereas under hardy it would sit at 1-2%. Diego Fraga (diego-fc) wrote on 2008-11-16: #13 As I said in other bugtrack, i have the same issue.
Is this related to this bug only or should I open a new one? I'm going to assume that rendering low graphics mode on the CPU caused this problem. e.g. Ubuntu 16.04 Compiz High Cpu Pieter (diepes) wrote on 2009-10-06: #80 I have a similar problem. 1core CPU jumps around for Xorg, 100% all Xorg. $ lsb_release -rd Description: Ubuntu karmic (development branch) Release: 9.10 HW
Also of note: nVidia 8600GT here. Xorg is the worst offender and can use a full cpu core when scrolling a window (graphic or text) or when simply moving the mouse around a lot. That's the first one. this contact form as having a higher than expected CPU load.
The normal troubleshooting progress is to boot fresh, do whatever is needed to reproduce the high CPU loads, and then start killing processes one by one until the CPU load resolves. Even loading pages feels sluggish or causes freeze. On the older kernel, 2.6.27-14, problem doesn't exist. Though, in depends of choice of Compiz's configuration set and any hardware vendors it can bring very different results.
I waited for the "low graphics mode" prompt and clicked "exit to console login". Our issue is different from wang0109's, but I just wanted to thank you (in advance, hoping that it does actually solve my problem). @archun: Intel® Core™ i5-4210M • [GPU] Intel® HD MarkForUpload: True ProcEnviron: LANGUAGE=en_US PATH=(custom, no user) XDG_RUNTIME_DIR=
My only thought would be to try to fix the graphics drivers and switch over to hardware acceleration but I know that, at least in theory, it should be possible to Pirouette Cacahuète (lissyx) wrote on 2012-11-08: #5 FYI I've reinstalled my distro just after my previous report. Any suggestions for a new writer? Generic immutable object builder Why do XSS strings often start with ">?
Notes: I was listening to a podcast in Totem. Problem: GPU Lockup On occasion the GPU will lockup, and this will cause the CPU to exhibit a high load. I am attempting to turn on the machine. actually at some point I succeeded to run 9.10 without problems and then when I uprated to 10.04 the problems restarted.
This is not going to solve de 20-30% or more of xorg usage but it's going to make ubuntu 'usable', i mean, you can work with it but not solving the Affecting: X.Org X server Filed here by: Michael Murphy When: 2013-11-12 Confirmed: 2013-12-05 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu PLD Linux Tilix tuXlab Browse other questions tagged 11.04 compiz xorg cpu-load fglrx or ask your own question. Intel 945 hardware.
yeah! I am running Fluxbox and using lxterminal. The machine was unresponsive to keyboard input. Ben (ben2talk) wrote on 2010-12-25: #101 Update - it's nothing to do with the screenlet.
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