Xfce is very slow, part 2

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Wed Jan 29 20:47:16 CET 2014

On Wed, 2014-01-29 at 11:18 -0800, Wes Gregg wrote:
> I suppose, if the OP trusts one of the more knowledge people on this
> mailing list (or anyone with the necessary skill set), OP could
> configure the system for remote login and allow the
> trusted/knowledgeable person to log in and investigate.

Sure, somebody with more skills could verify Hartmut's replies and might
be able, when quasi sitting in front of his monitor, to fix something,
assumed Hartmut misunderstood something. I don't think that anybody from
this list could do very much. An analogy: Assumed Hartmut's *buntu would
be a human, than we are at a point, we try to reanimate a brain dead by
speaking magic words through a telephone line. IMO the patient, the
*buntu installed on Hartmut's computer is dead. Since it's just an
analogy, it would be possible to fix Hartmut's *buntu, but IMO it's
close to a Fankenstein job. IOW it isn't worth the hassle, it's much too
time consuming.

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