how do you kill a user's old processes when they try to log back on
dean at mumby.co.za
Mon Sep 1 11:34:14 BST 2008
I must say that the move from 7.04 to 8.04 has been very disappointing.
I have 8 HP t5125 which are 400MHz 128MB ram machines. They ran
perfectly under 7.04 avoiding heavy websites. Under 8.04 they are
useless if the user starts multitasking , i.e. having an open office
document open , email and a remote desktop session the machines just
freeze. I have tried XRAMPERC to no avail. I actually ended up buying
newer more expensive terminals. I have however also found ION 603
(http://www.tss.co.th/downloads/ION-A603%20Overview.pdf) which once you
get the geode driver working has much better performance , I could
launch almost all applications at once and watch a full screen movie.
Only cost R1500 (+/- $200) .
There is a serious increase in the thin clients requirements with 8.04.
I don't believe it is just Firefox , I think there is some other cause ,
just don't know what. I feel it is the ram I think 8.04 really needs
I am waiting for a quite period so I can try going back to a redhat /
fedora base , as I had much faster performance on that platform. I also
miss teacher tool.
Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> On Fri, 29 Aug 2008, Todd O'Bryan wrote:
>> As a follow-on to this question, is the XRAMPERC variable that was available
>> in Gutsy still available in Hardy? I added a setting to
>> /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/lts.conf, but users could still crash their
>> terminals by going to a particularly graphics heavy website in Firefox.
> I'm not sure about XRAMPERC to be honest, but it's disappointing to hear
> firefox crashed a client as, if that's firefox v3, it should have the new
> code in it to reduce the stress it puts on the X server (which caused it to
> Are you using firefox v3, yeah?
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