The unofficial Tails OS subdread.
Tails OS is one of the most secure linux operating systems in existence and is used by the likes of activists, cyber criminals, journalists and military and more worldwide.
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by /u/winkingcherub · 1 votes · 3 months ago
I recently got hold of a 2017 Dell Precision 5510 that I want to use as my primary Tails piece. I'd once used a 5520 a few times and it worked well back then, so I was pumped to have come across this 5510 because despite it being older, it's setup way better (32GB RAM, i7 processor, massive screen, etc.). There's an issue though: whenever I use Tails (5.4 specifically) with this 5510, 1 of the 4 CPUs runs between 90%-100% all of the time, mostly supporting the Xorg, gnome-shell, and gnome-system-monitor processes. This in turn slows the entire computer down enough to where it's noticeable and annoying.
I haven't had much time to search yet, as getting the laptop is a recent development itself; although some of the results allude to buggy memory allocation, or bleeding memory, some things along those lines. In any case, I've used about 5-7 different laptops for Tails in my lifetime and have never had this happen. Tails' "known issues" doesn't cover this from what I could see. Does anyone know what's happening, what the cause is, and how to fix it perhaps? How do I make this stop happening?
Thanks in advance.