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    SubjectRe: [2.5.53] So sloowwwww......
    Mount a tmpfs drive and try building the kernel there to rule out scsi 
    or disc issues. (You've got .5Gb I think? Might not want to run kde as
    well; just build from a console)

    But I think your ACPI guess is probably not far wrong.

    Paul Rolland wrote:
    > Hello,
    >>Ouch; that is slow. What partition type are you building from ?
    > This is an ext3 partition, and a SCSI disk :
    > 4 [18:10] rol@donald:/kernels> df .
    > Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
    > /dev/sda1 10320888 753828 9042724 8% /kernels
    > Do you think I should try on some other ?
    > The problem is that the system is *globally* slow, and compiling
    > the kernel is just a way to prove it. Starting KDE has become a real
    > pain (so slow screen detects no more video and enter Energy Saving
    > mode before reactivating and switching to Graphic mode).
    > Regards,
    > Paul

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