Hummingbird Exceed and Xorg
wheatonr at earthlink.net
Wed Aug 11 18:24:16 UTC 2004
The xterm does not experience the same sluggish refresh - thank you very much for the suggestion.
Probably a newbie question but do you have any detail on how to disable the anti-aliasing for the entire system?
From: Simon Andrews <simon.andrews at bbsrc.ac.uk>
Sent: Aug 11, 2004 9:41 AM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list at redhat.com>
Subject: Re: Hummingbird Exceed and Xorg
Russ Wheaton wrote:
> I've upgraded to fedora core two and i guess they've moved from XFree86 to Xorg.
> When I try to use Reflection X or Hummingbird eXceed to X into my LINUX box from
> my Windoze workstation, the refresh on the screen is very very slow.
So slow it
> is unusable. For example, when I type an ls at the command prompt, it draws the
> results line by line probably just a little quicker than I could type the results
> Any suggestions? All help would be welcome ...
I've found that both FC1 and 2 were painfully slow to do remote X apps
through Exceed if they used the GTK2 antialiased fonts. Apps which used
standard X fonts were plenty quick, and if you changed a slow app to not
do anti-aliasing then everything got a lot quicker.
If you're only after a terminal in X then try an xterm rather than
something like gnome-terminal and see if this has any effect.
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