Re: mc Digest, Vol 125, Issue 1

bad news dude ?!
`top` shows what's taking most CPU cycles.
`pstree -p` shows the ancestors of various processes.
It may be easier to debug, if you incrementally kill-off
 other PIDs, to help isolate the problem
Probably if you start the CPU-hogging process, NOT from mc,
it still 'hangs'. Then you don't need to involve mc?

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   1. mc disintegrates after playing video (sometimes) (Martin Vegter)


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Date: Mon, 03 Nov 2014 10:44:16 +0100
From: Martin Vegter <martin vegter aol com>
To: mc gnome org
Subject: mc disintegrates after playing video (sometimes)
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I am experiencing strange problem. Approximately 1 out of 10 cases, when
I open media file from mc, after returning back to mc, I find the window
"disintegrated", as shown on this screenshot:

In this situation mc is unresponsive, I cannot even exit with F10. I
have to kill it from other terminal. This happens with video files, as
well as graphics.

I am using mc 4.8.3-10 on Debian Wheezy and I am running mc inside
terminator (terminal emulator)

can somebody please help ?



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