VNCViewer slow on Win32 vs Linux
Mon Apr 28 15:00:01 2003
>From: "Beerse, Corni" <email@example.com>
>To: "'Jeff Gilchrist'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
>Subject: RE: VNCViewer slow on Win32 vs Linux
>Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2003 12:19:18 +0200
>I'm a little confused on the machines so I might be off. In
>the above, I read a desktop machine with a vncviewer that
>does not change and a remote machine with a vncserver that
>changes between unix and M$Windows.
You have it backwards, the server machine (Linux) does not change, and the
remote machine with a vncviewer switches between Linux and Windows.
>If I'm off and the vncserver side is the same but the os
>at the viewer side differs between Linux and M$WIndows,
>the performance difference is most likely due to different
That isn't the problem either. If I have my Windows machine set to either
16bit (which is the same as the vncserver) or 32bit, the speed is the same
and both are ultra-choppy.
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