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Yes, and I think I may know what is doing it. I was just playing CS 1.6, and I noticed it was shorta slow. After I closed out the game, ...
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    Yes, and I think I may know what is doing it. I was just playing CS 1.6, and I noticed it was shorta slow. After I closed out the game, my cpu graph was showing a 50% cpu load with nothing running! I checked out what it was, and slim (login manager) never closed out D: Why would slim only close out for a fluxbox session, and not an xfce session? How do I fix this so I don't have to kill the process myself everytime I login?

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    I really have no idea at all. Never used slim. I login on console and launch X manually via startx.

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