I retested the cpu load with snapshot 4.2.2406.23-1:
Situation seems mostly unchanged. Only thing to note is, that after closing the last window of Vivaldi, all processes of Vivaldi are terminating after a while (in earlier days I had to manually terminate the processes as their shutdown lasted too long).
=> I can use the Calendar function for my own calendar in Google Workspace but not together with those of my co-workers - as in this case Vivaldi becomes too sluggish/unresponsive.
During my first sync of theses additional calendars my cpu load looks like this:
sudo eopkg it https://mirrors.rit.edu/solus/packages/shannon/f/ffmpeg-chromium/ffmpeg-chromium-88.0.4324.192-10-1-x86_64.eopkg
$ grep -aom1 'N-[0-9]*' /usr/lib64/libffmpeg.so
Restart solus an fixed!
@DoctorG I have tried to install new Vivaldi version with eopkg
$ sudo eopkg install vivaldi-stable
The following package(s) are already installed and are not going to be installed again:
No packages to install.
$ vivaldi-stable --version
Vivaldi 4.1.2369.21 stable
The repository has not the new Version
Kinda OT, yet sorta not...
Scientific Linux, a distributions focused on scientists in high energy physics field, will not be developed anymore. It’s creator, Fermilab, is replacing it by CentOS in its labs.
It’s not that Scientific Linux will see an immediate shutdown. Fermilab will continue to support Scientific Linux 6 and 7 through the remainder of their respective lifecycles.
A typical Red Hat release gets ten years of maintenance support. Since RHEL 7 was release in mid 2014, this means that Scientific Linux 7 will be supported till mid 2024.
In December 2020, Red Hat unilaterally terminated CentOS development. In response, CentOS founder, Gregory Kurtzer, created the Rocky Linux project as a successor to the original mission of CentOS. In March 2021, Cloud Linux (makers of CloudLinux OS) released a new RHEL derivative called AlmaLinux.[
I have the Dead Bird.
Vivaldi 4.1.2369.21 (Stable channel) stable (64-bit)
sudo grep -aom1 'N-[0-9]\+-' /usr/lib64/libffmpeg.so | cut -d- -f2
Any Help ??
Problem was solved by
logging out the graphic desktop session
logging on using a console terminal
removing the pulse config directory with "rm -r ~/.config/pulse", then logging off the console
logging back in on a graphic desktop session
With the last two Snapshots, multiple times my Panel Bar has vanished, therefore needing me to click the little icon to make it reappear. I can't find a pattern; it sometimes has vanished when i relaunch V, but other times it's still there fine. During individual V sessions, it can suddenly spontaneously disappear. It's quite strange & unpredictable.