Can't see Bonjour

Daniel Atallah datallah at
Mon Mar 5 19:52:33 EST 2012

On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 19:23, mark kolpack <markkolpack at> wrote:
> I have a windows XP laptop that was having its processor taxed to 100% on
> 2.4 and 2.10.01.  With each of these I was able to setup Bonjour to use at
> work.
> I then installed Pidgin 2.10.1.P14955 (libpurple 2.10.1)  The problem is
> gone but I no longer have the ability to see or use Bonjour.

Where did you get this "P14955" build of Pidgin?

> How do I change this?  I need Bonjour but can't have my machine proc running
> at 100% solid all day.

Hard to say what the issue is without more information (such as a
debug log) as to what might be causing the high CPU usage.

The first thing to establish is which version of Pidgin you're
actually using and if it is a custom build, where it came from.


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