I'm running Debian 3.1r2-stable in CoLinux
0.6.4-linux-2.6.11 on Win2k.
Hardware Specs: Dual Athlon 2100+(AMD 760 MPX), 1.5GB
RAM, 60GB ext3 partition
The longer I run a program in colinux, the slower it
gets, until I get a blank screen(I guess that's how
this computer deals with BSoD's?), at which point I
have to reboot.
The type of program run doesn't seem to matter. Nano
with highlighting in Putty seems to cause the effect
faster than KDE in Xming.
If I exit the program and re-enter it, it's as if the
timer starts over. The program is fine again but then
starts to slow down.
The more RAM I give to coLinux, the faster it seems to
have the problem.
Could this be a memory leak in the memory manager?
My coLinux config:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
path="\Device\Harddisk2\Partition1" enabled="true" />
path="\DosDevices\D:\coLinux\swap_512Mb" enabled="true" />
<initrd path="initrd.modules.gz" />
<image path="vmlinux" />
<memory size="128" />
<network index="0" type="tap" />