Flash slow

Uwe Geercken uwe.geercken at datamelt.com
Thu Feb 14 20:38:50 GMT 2008

no bill. I am running 32 bit. I was afraid to run into too many  
problems with 64 bit and I don't really have any experience.

I will check some of the tips some members gave me next week.  
unfortunately I have a class before me and one after me, so I don't  
really have time for a lot of testing - the room is always occupied.



Zitat von David Van Assche <dvanassche at gmail.com>:

> Bill:
> I'm assuming you meant 3.2 GHZ CPU and 1 GIG RAM.
> Uwe:
> Anyway, if you are running Quad Core, perhaps you are running 64 bit
> edubuntu? In which case Gnash seems to work better overall than flash
> (giving working sound et al.) If it's not that, perhaps you can give the
> link and someone on the list can check to see if they can duplicate the
> issue.
> David
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2008 at 6:51 PM, Bill Moseley <moseley at hank.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, Feb 12, 2008 at 11:01:58PM +0100, Uwe Geercken wrote:
>> >
>> > hello friends,
>> >
>> > today - first class after the holidays - I tested the flash video
>> > tutorial again. I bootet one client to the ltsp server and started the
>> > webtutorial which has a flash plugin.
>> >
>> > although I was the only one on the quad core server with gigabit
>> > switch and card, it runs unacceptably slow. so I guess something with
>> > the setup and/or codecs is wrong. can somebody point me to where I
>> > should start to look first.
>> Could the client be an issue?  I would not think so, but I setup at
>> home a small LTSP network with a few old Dells.  The server is a
>> 3.2GB/1GB RAM machine and one client is similar and my son plays
>> Flash-based games on it all the time without any problem.
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