- Subject: Re: N900 consumes too much power
- From: Pavel Řezníček <cigydd@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2012 02:07:59 +0200
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Dne 7.8.2012 15:10, Patrick Vranckx
Don't know if it can help but I had a similar problem. It was
caused by a
bug related to auto-completion. My battery lasted only a few
Have a look at this
It worked for me.
Thanks you a hundred thousand times, that was exactly my problem!
I already wanted to write about hildon-input-method crashing and
consuming about 90-96% of CPU time.
Now you were faster than my thoughts
So is it all about broken autocompletion dictionaries? Doh!
Here is the solution from your link (for the conveniency of others
falling into the same issue):
xterminal and "sudo gainroot"
How do they get broken? (I don't expect you to answer this
4) Restart your
/usr/bin/hildon-input-method is really the worst battery killer I
I'm watching my battery using BatteryGraph continuously.
Now I'm going to bed to move my broken dictionaries out of the way ;-)
Maybe we should raise a bug:
Should I raise the bug or is anyone here to take the initiative?
Could you recommend me where to open it? Should this bug's fix be
implemented by the CSSU team?
- The dictionaries shouldn't get broken by autocompletion
- If the dictionaries get broken somehow, the
hildon-input-method program should not crash or behave in such a
buggy way that it consumes all available CPU time.
Many thanks for you all, guys! I'd be helpless without you. This is
what I really love about open source communities 8-)
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