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[Linrad] WSJT-MAP65-LINRAD run VISTA
- Subject: [Linrad] WSJT-MAP65-LINRAD run VISTA
- From: "Alex Artieda" <emeham.com; hb9dri@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2008 19:28:54 -0000
Last week I finísh my complete setup on Windows Vista SP1, AND RUNS PERFECT,
My setup was:
Processor: Intel CORE 2 Duo 3GHz
HDD 500 GB
OS: Windows Vista SP1 (32 bits)
Linrad 2.47 running under Windows
DELTA44 beta drivers for Vista
I did a test for 48 hours and I didn't fine "blue screens" or funcy staff,
the only point to avoid problems is "disable special effects", after that
everything runs like in Windows XP SP3.
Good to know the complete setup runs "perfect" in Windows Vista.
Best regards to all
From: linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [http://www.nitehawk.com/w3sz
>> Quoting Leif Asbrink <leif@xxxxxxxxxx>:
>>> Hi All,
>>> The latest version of Ubuntu is extremely CPU hungry when
>>> used with X11. Just running the system monitor loads the
>>> CPU with 20%. Xorg, the X11 server uses 15% and the system
>>> monitor uses 4%.
>>> Debian unstable which has the same system monitor uses
>>> 6% for Xorg and 4% for the system monitor.
>>> Debian stable uses the older system monitor which is far less
>>> CPU hungry. It moves the curves horizontally step-wize and
>>> uses 4% for Xorg and only 1% for the monitor itself.
>>> The above numbers are for a 2.6GHz Pentium IV.
>>> The very high load caused by the X11 server may make it necessary
>>> to increase the output delay margin and to decrease the max
>>> DMA rate.
>>> I would recommend Ubuntu 8.04 or any other Linux distribution
>>> if you want to run Linrad under X11.
>>> In case you love Ubuntu 8.10 for some reason, download
>>> svgalib1925-1.tbz from here:
>>> The modified svgalib-1.9.25 package will compile under
>>> Ubuntu 8.10
>>> Press Ctrl Alt F1 to get into terminal mode and run Linrad
>>> from there (do not forget sudo.) Ubuntu 8.10 runs at full speed
>>> With svgalib in terminal mode:-)
>>> Leif / SM5BSZ
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