Bali wrote:Hello again,
After a Top and C after loggin, I confirm that is Python that takes more than 95 % of my CPU, for the MintMenu/plugins/get_apt_cache.py. See the screenshot.
I tried to remove Mint update from the automatic software at start up, the problem is still the same.
Any idea ?
According to your screenshot it's a plugin in MintMenu (apt-cache?) that appears to be causing the problem, not MintUpdate. You can always try removing MintMenu from the panel as a test just to see if it temporarily solves the problem. I've used LM 13 MATE and am currently using LM 14 MATE neither one has exhibited this problem so it's a strange one.
According to the specs you posted in your previous post the Intel driver is loading correctly and it sounds to me that apt may be stuck. Either way, I believe that AlbertP is correct and you should open another topic, leave the link to that topic here and we can go from there. Update:
I don't know what happened but my comment here appears to have become scrambled upon "submit". I did preview it more than once to check for grammatical errors before I posted it so I don't know what happened. I have corrected the rather glaring errors.
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