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Safest bet is that the value is just ignored. - 16 bits display is not always faster than 32 bits. Can you try with latest Ubuntu release? Full text and rfc822 format available. Previous by thread: Keyboard switch in 3.1 Next by thread: Re: oooqs from ktown.kde.org conflicts with openoffice.org Index(es): Date Thread Bug listing with status RESOLVED with resolution FIXED as at have a peek at this web-site

Now, Mandrake starts "oooqs" for each user, each taking 20MB, totaling 100MB out of on 512MB system - that is 20% system. Others see Linux as an opportunity to bring freedom to users trapped by a monopoly. Technically FireFox is working correctly. I just left them in to help further diagnose problems if that hadn't fixed it for you. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/50136

Unless you want to spend more money on more RAM. Changed in oooqs: status: New → Incomplete Daniel T Chen (crimsun) wrote on 2008-09-18: #11 oooqs is no longer shipped post-gutsy. Ren=E9 Engelhard -- Debian GNU/Linux Developer : :' : http://www.debian.org | http://people.debian.org/~rene/ `. `'

What's the actual amount of physical memory that each instance uses? (RES in top(1)) ? I simply delayed the check for 10sec, on receiving the KProcess::processExited signal. While thinking about how to find those IP addresses I noticed that there was an option of: "Update name servers and search list via DHCP" in my network settings. I can see where you might feel confused because both articles have configuration commands executed on the command line.

I discovered that in my system the flag was set to 0, which meant my using_dma option was off. You reported this bug a while ago and there hasn't been any activity in it recently. The probably the most effective tweak for snappy performance in firefox is to disable IPv6: Check this link out for performing it in firefox: http://zenhardwhere.com/images/problem-solved.png For system wide effect in Ubuntu: So changing this setting on your system might not make the same speed difference with older routers.

I noticed that too. > Also, it doesn't obey the AA rules in fontconfig (see screenshot: Yes, but it's a minor problem in comparison and I've spent enough time on these The most common point for this to happen lies between random access memory (RAM) and the hard drive. Subscribing... Some notes: - multisector mode makes no difference with DMA on.

This series seeks to compromise Linux by providing performance enhancements for the desktop. https://lists.debian.org/debian-kde/2003/02/msg00297.html It depends on the display adapter in question (and application: if hardware 3D computes 24bit RGB data then conversion to 16 bits with dithering cost a bit extra). the difference between settings is obvious Many of your options really m Submitted by Anonyumos (not verified) on Mon, 05/23/2005 - 14:28. Please modify the binary package hint, because I can't.

Grüße/Regards, René -- .''`. Check This Out The problem is that openoffice seems to fork new processes repeatedly on start-up and the parents exit() afterwards (shell script wrappers I suppose). After investigating really poor performance issues with 4x10K RPM SCSI drives configured as RAID10 off an LSI Megaraid controller, I found that tweaking the kernel readahead settings using 'blockdev' makes a So, I turned on using_dma using the hdparm -d 1 /dev/hda command and found that my disk access increased from 24MB in 3.11 seconds to 140MB in 3.01 seconds.

All it does is preload it into memory, which leaves less memory for other software you use. My buffered disk reads went from 46.50MB per second to 46.52MB, not much of an improvement. most of this is copied 1:1 from novell's linux desktop Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 05/27/2005 - 13:43. Source Subscribing...

File conflict between openoffi= ce.org and openoffice.org-l10n-en tag 281643 + confirmed tag 281643 + pending thanks Hi, Daan van der Sanden wrote: > Package: openoffice.org-l10n-en > Version: 1.1.2dfsg1-2 > Severity: important Although I have been using GNU/Linux for around 3 years or now, this is the first time I got to do a performance upgrade on my m/c with the existing hardware, I couln'd find it (sorry :-( ) Tools->Options->Accessibility->Use system fonts > > I have uploaded a debugging build of the library for i386 here: > Yes, done.

Chris Previous Message by Thread: CVS:oooqs-kde-deb/debian changelog,1.5,1.6 control,1.6,1.7 rules,1.6,1.7 Update of /cvs/debian-openoffice/oooqs-kde-deb/debian In directory gluck:/tmp/cvs-serv4917 Modified Files: changelog control rules Log Message: revert back to use dpatch since cdbs seems fucked

In this article, we continue to look at the Linux desktop in a different light. It doesn't aim to dumb down Linux completely. dynamically linked QT" status:RESOLVED resolution:FIXED severity:normal Bug:509 - "TMDA (python-based spam reduction system) (NEW PORT)" status:RESOLVED resolution:FIXED severity:enhancement Bug:511 - "media-video/avifile-0.53.5-r1 has dead download link" status:RESOLVED resolution:FIXED severity:normal Bug:512 - "Evolution's openoffice.org depends on openoffice.org-bin (>> 1.1.1+1.1.2rc3); however: Package openoffice.org-bin is not configured yet.

But if you are using a router with DSL or cable I recommend that you check your network and DNS server settings and try out "Update name servers and search list Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2004 07:58:56 +0100 [Message part 1 (text/plain, inline)] severity 281643 grave retitle 281643 Can't install openoffice.org. I did some research and discovered that the ipv6 thing is not exactly a FireFox problem. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-kill/cannot-kill-rtvscan-exe.html I installed the quickstarter-system and was doing a great job.