Re: Your system is too slow

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On Sat, 19 Sep 2009, Roberto Ragusa wrote:

Michael Hennebry wrote:
Most recently mplayer told me that my system was to slow.
It made suggestions that were scrolled
off the screen by many cpoies of
AO: [pulse] pa_stream_get_latency() failed: Connection terminated
AO: [pulse] pa_stream_write() failed: Connection terminated.4% 1312 0
As your attention is on the video driver, while these messages are
related to audio, try if the problem persists with "-nosound".
I'll try that.
Thanks.

On Sat, 19 Sep 2009, john wendel wrote:

On 09/19/2009 07:17 AM, Michael Hennebry wrote:
On Sun, 30 Aug 2009, Michael Hennebry wrote:

Is there an nvidia driver that allows suspend to
disk and does not experience extreme slowness?
More precisely, is there an nvidia driver
that does not experience extreme slowness?

I've had trouble getting flash to play right
either through firefox or through mplayer.
Most recently mplayer told me that my system was to slow.
It made suggestions that were scrolled
off the screen by many cpoies of
AO: [pulse] pa_stream_get_latency() failed: Connection terminated
AO: [pulse] pa_stream_write() failed: Connection terminated.4% 1312 0
[1] Replace the nouveau driver with the "evil" Nvidia driver
What source would you suggest?
From what I've read, it matters.
I'm not clear on what is good.
Will I be able to use suspend to disk?

[2] mplayer "-ao alsa"
This says use alsa for sound?

Thanks.

I've got an old P4 box with a gforce 7300 running F11 that plays high
def
video just fine with the Nvidia driver and "-ao alsa". With the nouveau
driver and pulse audio the box is unusable for video playback.
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