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Version: KDE 2.2.0
Installed from: Mandrake RPMs
Compiler: Not Specified
OS/Compiler notes: Mandrake cooker
I've been running kppp for about 5 days in a row without restarting it now. In that time I've been connected maybe 20 times and a total of 20 hours. kppp is now using almost 25% of the memory on my system. I don't know what info you need so please ask me!
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Just confirming that I've encountered this bug with Debian Woody and
kppp 2.0.3 (kde 2.2.2 Qt 2.3.1)
There is a full bug report at bugs.debian.org see bugs reported by
"kppp: monster memory leak" which has been submitted and confirmed but
isn't yet listed so I don't have a bug# yet.=20
Kppp is currently using over 100mb of RAM.
Kill -15 time.
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does this still happen with KDE 3.1RC2? I haven't found the debian reports
you're refering to.
Reporter can you please give status about this bug?
Subject: Debian bug url
For the record, the original Debian bug report is here:
Not sure if the bug still exists, but considering how easy it can be worked around it's not "grave".
Is this bug still present in a recent version of KDE, such as 3.5.8.
As proposed on http://techbase.kde.org/Contribute/Bugsquad/Bugs_to_be_done this bug is marked as closed (no response within 30 days). If the problem still exists please re-open.