Slowness/Lag Problem - Facebook and Lubuntu 12.10

Gerry gerry.gazules at
Tue May 14 13:06:29 UTC 2013

Hello all!
I also have a problem with Seamonkey 2.17, the whole system freezes & I 
have to reboot. This problem is intermittant but frequent. Also FF can 
cause the same problem. I have changed the driver to NVIDIA proprietary 
from Nouveau but the problem persists. The problem occurs also when 
starting the machine with Fluxbox or E17
Alejandro Lieber wrote, On 05/06/2013 06:19 PM:
> Ali Linx (amjjawad) wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I have sent an email two days ago about the same issue (Sub: Facebook
>> & Gmail - Slowness Issue) and this email is MORE in depth about what
>> is going on with me. This is more specific than the previous email.
>> I'm sick and tired of using Facebook on this test machine. However,
>> because this is a test machine and because I'd like to share
>> everything with my beloved Lubuntu Community, I'm writing and sending
>> this email to all of you :)
>> I have explained everything on my post above and I'm using my blog
>> because it is a great tool to host multiple screenshots and posting a
>> link is much better and easier than posting many :)
>> A friend of mine has suggested to use 'free' and 'top' because as he
>> suggested that gnome-system-monitor is not always accurate. Well, I
>> have compared the figures and they are the same. Except the terminal
>> will show that in KBs while gnome-system-monitor will show it as MBs
>> :) rather than that, they are the same figures.
>> What is going on with Failbook?
>> As explained on my post on my blog, it is not about how many tabs you
>> have opened. I'm now on 3 opened tabs, one of them is Gmail and
>> everything is smooth as light as possible.
>> Failbook is a nightmare. I don't want people/users to start question
>> Lubuntu.
>> The notes I have included, again, when zRAM was ON and SWAP OFF. Just
>> a reminder :)
>> Your thoughts are more than welcome :)
>> Thanks!
>> --
>> *Best Regards,*
>> *amjjawad <>*
>> *Start Ubuntu
>> <>*
> I have the same problem with SeaMonkey 2.17.1 running in Ubuntu 10.04 in
> a 1 GBy computer.
> The only way to close SeaMonkey is by reseting the computer.
> Alejandro Lieber
> Rosario  Argentina

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