## Problem of Midnight Commander of Mandrake 9.0

### Problem of Midnight Commander of Mandrake 9.0

After I upgrade my Mandrake to 9.0, I find that the Midnight Commander
run very slow, when changing the directory, anyone know why?
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### Problem of Midnight Commander of Mandrake 9.0

> After I upgrade my Mandrake to 9.0, I find that the Midnight Commander
> run very slow, when changing the directory, anyone know why?

... run top to see

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### Problem of Midnight Commander of Mandrake 9.0

> > After I upgrade my Mandrake to 9.0, I find that the Midnight Commander
> > run very slow, when changing the directory, anyone know why?

> ... run top to see

Then do you know how to improve the situation?

### Problem of Midnight Commander of Mandrake 9.0

>> > After I upgrade my Mandrake to 9.0, I find that the Midnight Commander
>> > run very slow, when changing the directory, anyone know why?

>> ... run top to see

> Then do you know how to improve the situation?

... first you need to find the problem ... and then you should
be able to decide on resolving the issue

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### Problem of Midnight Commander of Mandrake 9.0

Quote:> >> > After I upgrade my Mandrake to 9.0, I find that the Midnight Commander
> >> > run very slow, when changing the directory, anyone know why?

> >> ... run top to see

> > Then do you know how to improve the situation?

> ... first you need to find the problem ... and then you should
> be able to decide on resolving the issue

After I check the output of top, I find that the CPU usage don't have
big difference which changing directory, but it is still slow...

I will think that it is the problem of new version of mc, rather than
my own computer problem, so I would like to see if someone noted this,
and find out why. However, now seen it is my own problem.