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Tudor Ciochina 02-24-2009 10:57 AM

sluggish GNOME, ubuntu 8.10, request ? bug ? or faulty hardware ?
 
Hello,
Everything ( i'm talking now about 2d stuff, not 3d stuff ) regarding windows, resize, move, minimize, dock, close and anything related is sluggish on GNOME on ubuntu 8.10. The same problem is on debian 5.0, archlinux latest ( here the flash player is very fragmented ), fedora 10. My comp is a Dell inspirion 8200, geforce 4 440 go, 1 gb ram, 1.7 ghz. The drivers for glx were installed for every distro i tried and the have the same version on windows xp ( which, by the way, works great ... i know it sucks, but that's the way it is ...). The proc ran at full speed on every distro i tried. I will be happy to give more technical details if necesary ... even memory address if that helps :)

p.s.
Even at work, where i have debian 5.0 installed on a dell optiplex 330, GNOME is sluggish, really bad ... the funny thing is that at home i think it atualy works a little bit faster ...
Thanks ! :)


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Florian Diesch 02-27-2009 03:42 AM

sluggish GNOME, ubuntu 8.10, request ? bug ? or faulty hardware ?
 
Tudor Ciochina <mail2tudor@gmail.com> wrote:

> Everything ( i'm talking now about 2d stuff, not 3d stuff ) regarding
> windows, resize, move, minimize, dock, close and anything related is
> sluggish on GNOME on ubuntu 8.10. The same problem is on debian 5.0,
> archlinux latest ( here the flash player is very fragmented ), fedora 10. My
> comp is a Dell inspirion 8200, geforce 4 440 go, 1 gb ram, 1.7 ghz. The
> drivers for glx were installed for every distro i tried and the have the
> same version on windows xp ( which, by the way, works great ... i know it
> sucks, but that's the way it is ...). The proc ran at full speed on every
> distro i tried. I will be happy to give more technical details if necesary
> ... even memory address if that helps :)

Please post your /var/log/Xorg.0.log



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Tudor Ciochina 02-27-2009 08:43 PM

sluggish GNOME, ubuntu 8.10, request ? bug ? or faulty hardware ?
 
Hello Florian,
As we all know my laptop is really old, so i decided to buy a new pc, thus solving my little problem :). Thank you for your response and interest :).

On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 6:42 AM, Florian Diesch <diesch@spamfence.net> wrote:

Tudor Ciochina <mail2tudor@gmail.com> wrote:




> Everything ( i'm talking now about 2d stuff, not 3d stuff ) regarding

> windows, resize, move, minimize, dock, close and anything related is

> sluggish on GNOME on ubuntu 8.10. The same problem is on debian 5.0,

> archlinux latest ( here the flash player is very fragmented ), fedora 10. My

> comp is a Dell inspirion 8200, geforce 4 440 go, 1 gb ram, 1.7 ghz. The

> drivers for glx were installed for every distro i tried and the have the

> same version on windows xp ( which, by the way, works great ... i know it

> sucks, but that's the way it is ...). The proc ran at full speed on every

> distro i tried. I will be happy to give more technical details if necesary

> ... even memory address if that helps :)



Please post your /var/log/Xorg.0.log







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