After logging in through GDM the GNOME Shell starts up very very slowly. During this time ( which is around 1 minute ) I can move my mouse around, and the default desktop wallpaper is there, but nothing else happens.
Also, sometimes when I reboot psmouse-alps-driver breaks unexpectedly and i have to reinstall it. These two issues might be related.
I don't really know which logs to post, so, please, give me a hand with that?
I'm using intel graphics drivers on an Ivy Bridge 3610QM. Laptop model: Acer Aspire v3-771-G.
Last edited by xBalki (2013-03-16 01:05:25)
It happened to me and has been for a long time. I got a new laptop about a month ago -- an i7. Though it's not as long as it was on my old desktop, it happens on this machine too. It happened right from a fresh install. I think it's just what Gnome does. I have no answers.
"It is very difficult to educate the educated."
perhaps it is because of tracker search. you can deactivate or uninstall it and look, if that solves the problem
I have the same problem on a Thinkpad X200 (Gnome with different Linux Distros). I'm not sure but I think it has somthing to do with the Network/WLAN driver?