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Fedora: It seems that the number of processes running in background in FC21 comparing with FC20 is a lot higher?

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Fedora: It seems that the number of processes running in background in FC21 comparing with FC20 is a lot higher?
posted Jun 6, 2015 by Sumit Pokharna

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