craigus wrote:I'm afraid that this is an absolute show-stopper for me, at least in terms of introducing linux to new users. I usually use Mint for this, and will continue to use Mint 10, but how can you possibly say to a prospective convert "Oh, just click this 'reset panel' icon 6 or 8 times until you don't see an error message...".
I can't understand why this isn't being treated as a serious bug upstream.
I totally agree, but it would be nice if any feedback were given on the method I previously mentioned about ureadahead, since it seems in 10 ureadahead is installed by default. But perhaps I'm wrong on that note, and it's not a default app, in which case it could very well be a totally unrelated 'solution' resulting from installing ureadahead, or it's totally coincidental and it doesn't have anything to do with the installation or presence of ureadahead. And on that note, how did I install ureadahead, why does it seem to solve my problems, and what's really going on in there?
Feedback, any feedback at all?