gnome-cups-icon 100% processor usage

Jim Kronebusch jim at
Tue Sep 4 19:51:39 BST 2007

> To remove it from the default gnome session, edit 
> /usr/share/gnome/default.session.  For any existing accounts, you'll need to 
> remove it from $HOME/.gnome2/session.
> An excellent resource to have, as a Gnome administrator, is the Gnome Desktop 
> System Administration Guide. See:
> for the online, and
> for a printable pdf.
> Scott

Thanks Scott, I'll get on that today.  You don't realize how many users print until you
see all those icons popping up and the processor usage constantly spiking :-)


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