Re: UI Freezes in gnome shell, usually when playing video ?

No such problems on arch.
One of the reasons I moved away from ubuntu was the bad Gnome-Shell integration (only using heavy patched Gnome-Software), I can imagine is it still as bad.

2014-03-16 20:53 GMT+01:00 Adam Tauno Williams <awilliam whitemice org>:
On Sun, 2014-03-16 at 10:43 -0700, Stuart Axon wrote:
> I'm not convinced this is purely an ubuntu thing, I'd be willling to
> try a different one if there is a live cd with gnome shell I will test
> it on that too.
> I'll try upgrading to 14.04 and see what happens too
> [Please ignore this slight rant:]
> I think I'm coming to the end of my patience with Ubuntu -

Good, I hope MANY people loose patience with Ubuntu.  Ubuntu has done
more damage to the idea of an Open desktop than all the Internet trolls

> My experience is thus:
> Turn on computer
> Login with GDM
> Close about 8 "a system problem occurred" dialogues (not sure if that
> is the actual text).

And *THIS* does not bother you?  I see ZERO "a system problem occurred"
dialogs.  Perhaps you could address the problem these are reporting?
Seeing errors upon login is already a rather bad sign.

> Now, from there - gnome shell is good, I like it (I don't mind other
> people can't use my computer (they're learning though).
> Then, often I try and play an FLV video (in a player/browser/doesn't
> matter) - after about 2 minutes it will do the freezing thing, which I
> can battle past and fix - funnily only for long videos, music is
> usually OK.

There is something unique to your setup occurring here, I have watched
hours of video while running GNOME Shell.

> When the computer wakes up from hibernate the fans sometimes go full
> blast I have to turn off the computer unplug it and take the batteries
> out, sometimes after that they are still FULL(!) - so I do it again
> and it behaves.

Can you view the computer's reported temperatures?

> TL;DR:
> I've been on gnome since before 1.0 and Ubuntu since Dapper, it is
> such a pain I might just get a mac, which is a shame as really think
> libre software is important and am adamantly cross platform in the
> code I care about.

Your experience is not normal.

Adam Tauno Williams <mailto:awilliam whitemice org> GPG D95ED383
Systems Administrator, Python Developer, LPI / NCLA

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