AMD64 + Fedora Core 2 + X.org tree slowness
devnull "at" adc.idt.com
Fri Feb 25 16:35:01 2005
> On Fri, Feb 25, 2005 at 10:53:44AM -0500, devnull "at" adc.idt.com wrote:
>> CConn: Using ZRLE encoding
>> CConn: Throughput 20000 kbit/s - changing to hextile encoding
>> CConn: Throughput 20000 kbit/s - changing to full colour
>> CConn: Using pixel format depth 24 (32bpp) little-endian rgb888
>> CConn: Using hextile encoding
> It's detecting much more bandwidth than you said you had
> available--the encoding is automatically chosen for each connection.
> Try it on the one you're having trouble with and see which encoding
> you get.
Actually, the 1.5mbps is the b/w while connecting over a VPN from home. I
am work now and we are on a 100mbps/1G link(But, the throughput actually
never goes higher than 2mbps)
But that's another can of worms.
I should have mentioned that in the earlier post.
> It's in the connection info window, and you can change it on the fly
> in the Options menu.
I saw that option and changed it to ZRLE w/o much difference.
Let me make sure I have said what I want to correctly.
Using VNC v4 on FC2 from realvnc.com works fine EXCEPT when I have
thunderbird running. The b/w utilized drops down to 300-400kbps max.
Wez, is this similar to the "blinking cursor issue" we saw with the EDA
tool called Cadence and with dtterm/xterm on Solaris when running CDE.