Is there anyway to calm the usage down?
Ubuntu Edgy on a Thinkpad.
I have the same problem with vmware. And now it solved too.
How did you ever figure that out? :-)
On Nov 11, 7:11 pm, "Scott" <angrykeyboar...@gmail.com> wrote:
> onix...@gmail.com wrote:
> > I solve this problem.
> > The problem was that two libraries co-existed on my system: libdbus-1-2
> > and libdbus-1-3.
> > I removed libdbus-1-2 and now explorer.exe starts normally.
> > I have the same problem with vmware. And now it solved too.How did you ever figure that out? :-)
sudo vi /usr/bin/picasa
Add this line near the beginning ( after line 3 )
This forces the use of the 1-3 dbus libraries and prevents the dbus
conflict from happening.
I had to do the same thing to get vmware workstation working correctly
Hope this helps someone.