DrHu wrote:They don't offer neural implant yet, like the Borg or Mr Data in Star trek, so we are all just stuck with non mind-reading computers with primitive interfaces
I am grievously disillusioned.
Nonetheless, Linux rocks (most of the time, and when it doesn't it still exceeds Windoze's capabilities by a long shot).
Thanks for the excellent resource, DrHu! I don't find it appropriate for my present problem...as it is based on finding the most hoggy programs as the culprit. A program refusing to unload could be a very tiny application, memory and CPU wise. Nonetheless, it's a useful tutorial which I've downloaded to my Linux-Notes folder. Thanks!
--if the usual steps don't work, after trying them out, then I guess you are really stuck..time for a bug report from you to Mint
I'm of a mind that the matter is trivial, and will clear itself up in one of the near-future upgrades. It hardly deserves a bug report, AFAICT.