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#1 2013-04-19 19:07:53

nwxxeh
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KDE, ntpd and drag&drop issues

Hi,

I use KDE and when I install ntpd (the problem disappears when I remove it) and I want to drag something (like windows), the dragging procedure starts after 5-6 seconds, so I have to hold the mouse in the position for 5-6 seconds. (it also happens when I try to select text).

Do you have encountered such a problem? Do you know how to fix the problem?

-nwxxeh

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#2 2013-04-20 05:18:00

hadrons123
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Re: KDE, ntpd and drag&drop issues

Your question seems to be very vague.
I know ntp.
What is ntpd?


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#3 2013-04-20 07:36:41

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Re: KDE, ntpd and drag&drop issues

I meant ntp. Sorry for mistake.

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#4 2013-04-20 07:42:52

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Re: KDE, ntpd and drag&drop issues

still you need to be more clear on your question.


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#5 2013-04-20 12:30:05

nwxxeh
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Re: KDE, ntpd and drag&drop issues

When I click on a window's bar to drag it, I have to wait like 5 seconds for it to start dragging.

The problem disappears when I remove ntp.

The same for selecting text.

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#6 2013-04-20 14:53:29

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Re: KDE, ntpd and drag&drop issues

how did you even link it to ntp?

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#7 2013-04-20 19:46:32

nwxxeh
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Re: KDE, ntpd and drag&drop issues

hadrons123 wrote:

how did you even link it to ntp?

Because the problem disappears when I uninstall it.

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#8 2013-04-20 20:16:52

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Re: KDE, ntpd and drag&drop issues

Weird. 

Okay, so when kde and ntp are installed, and ntpd is running, where are your processors spending their time?  Use htop, or whatever that process monitor thing in KDE is called to find out what, if anything is sucking up processor cycles.  Let us know.


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#9 2013-04-27 08:36:28

nwxxeh
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Re: KDE, ntpd and drag&drop issues

ewaller wrote:

Weird. 

Okay, so when kde and ntp are installed, and ntpd is running, where are your processors spending their time?  Use htop, or whatever that process monitor thing in KDE is called to find out what, if anything is sucking up processor cycles.  Let us know.

Everything seems normal to me (htop).

Also, it happens on XFCE and Gnome, so it may be X11 issue.

Also, when I have ntp and timezone set to GMT+2, when I reboot my time sets to GMT+4 (not timezone, just time)...

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#10 2013-04-27 11:57:10

nwxxeh
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Re: KDE, ntpd and drag&drop issues

I fixed it by replacing ntp with openNTPd

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