Thank you for investigating this issue further.
Yes, I could compile ekiga from sources. I did this earlier with
3.0.1. It took me a while to track down all the needed libraries, but
I eventually made a working version.
On Wed, Dec 03, 2008 at 07:27:29AM +0000, Matthias Schneider wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> I have been trying to reproduce your issue but still no "luck". I enabled my
> closed the call panel, left ekiga, unplugged the cam and restarted ekiga -
> still no 100% CPU.
> Probably it seems this issue only appears with certain display drivers and/or
> camera drivers?
> Maybe we will have to run an instrumented version on your PC. Do you think
> you could compile
> ekiga from the sources?
> ----- Ursprüngliche Mail ----
> > Von: Michael Ashley <[email protected]>
> > An: Ekiga mailing list <[email protected]>
> > Gesendet: Mittwoch, den 26. November 2008, 22:28:44 Uhr
> > Betreff: Re: [Ekiga-list] ekiga pegs the CPU if started with the camera
> > device turned off
> > Damien,
> > > If there is no debug output, do you also reach 50% CPU in the same
> > > situation ?
> > Yes. The CPU usage isn't just due to the last number of debug
> > messages.
> > In fact, I see ekiga and Xorg together using up about 100% of the
> > CPU. The proportion used by each varies a little bit depending on
> > whether the debug output is on.
> > Regards, Michael
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