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Hi,
I've been having a bit of a problem with Rik's new VM, in particular the bad
process-killer. Basically put, I have a reasonably underpowered system
(P166) running Helix GNOME & Sawfish, and half the time when I load my Eterm
(admittedly, transparent, but it looks cool, damnit!), or Netscape (or
both!) it seems to be Rik's VM killer slaying them. No error message is
logged anywhere, not even if I start 'em from the console.
Is there a /proc hack or something?
Thanks a lot!
:) d

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