Fedora :: Intel Gma 950 Much Slower In 3D In F13 Than On Older?

Jun 12, 2010

Is there way to tweak it in some way so the speed is back, because before F13 World of Goo played perfectly and now in F13 it is playable but not "fluid" as before? Also if it is because of changes in F13 considering graphics what to expect in future, would performance be back?

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General :: LXDE Suddenly Getting Slower And Slower?

Sep 22, 2010

OpenSuse 11.2
LXDE (Latest version)

It used to have a lightening speed. But now every application is taking few seconds to start, even on Konsole, the commands take some seconds to get typed ! (I literally have to wait for cursor to move and commands to get typed on Konsole). Folders are taking some seconds to get opened !

I rebooted the computer but that proved to be useless.

Here the ps output:

Code:
anisha@linux-uitj:~> pstree -Apuh `id -anisha`
id: invalid option -- 'i'
Try `id --help' for more information.
init(1)-+-acpid(1054)

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Ubuntu :: 10.04 Gets Slower And Slower After Its Been Running A While

Aug 7, 2010

Im experiencing a strange problem with 10.04. When it first boots up its reasonably quick (as snappy as Gnome ever has been) but after its been running for a day or two it gets ununsably slow and has to be rebooted.

I dont see how it can be anything to do with my hardware as it runs OK when first started. Ive monitored RAM usage and it doesnt seem to differ much. There's always the same amount unused.

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Fedora Installation :: Intel Xorg Driver Kills Screen (black) And Keyboard On Intel GMA X4500?

May 12, 2009

I am wondering, what is the status of Intel GMA X4500 driver on Fedora 10.

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Fedora :: 12 Browser Download Slower Than XP

Apr 28, 2010

I have a dual boot machine with Fedora 12 and XP SP2.

Recently I tested download performance using www.speedtest.net. Using seamonkey on XP, i got 22 Mbps on my Comcast ISP. Not bad! However I then tried the same test on Fedora 12 with F12 seamonkey and got 16 Mbps. Thinking it must just be seamonkey, I tried the F12 Firefox and got 12 Mbps

This seems like a pretty big difference. I checked around on google and found several threads decying slower mozilla performance on Linux. I tried the suggestions to turn off ipv6 support, but there was not much improvement.

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Fedora :: CPU Speed Slower Than In Windows?

Jul 29, 2011

Since I use my computer for some intense processor calculations, without any fancy graphical needs, I decided to apply a mild OC on the BIOS settings, to speed thing a bit up.I own an AMD Phenom II 1055T (2.8GHz) cpu. I changed the base freq from 200 to 203, and changed the multipliers of the standard and boost freqs to x15 and x16.5, so now the BIOS reads 3045 MHz and 3349 MHz for both speeds.

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Ubuntu :: Slower And More Unstable Than Fedora?

Dec 26, 2010

Why is Ubuntu slower and more unstable than Fedora on my laptop? I thought, as it is a more popular distro, it wouldn't be. I've only used it on my laptop for a couple of days and I already had at least 3 default software crashes. On Fedora, I had about one crash per two weeks. Ubuntu is also slightly slower. Opening the Social broadcast messages window took so long to open, that meanwhile, I totally forgot that I opened it.

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Fedora Networking :: Internet Slower - Than W/Windows

Nov 28, 2010

I recently switched my mom from Windows to Fedora , and ever since her Internet speed went down. Now it takes, on average, 6-8 seconds longer for her to load a web page with Firefox. Tried to replace the modem -- didn't help. She is on a DSL connection.

But here is the striking part. Her BitTorrent speeds are better than mine, and I have a cable rather than DSL.

I can't for life imagine how these two can coexist. An innocent web page takes forever to load, and torrents are so fast. By the way, she does say that torrents used to be *even* faster on Windows.

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Fedora :: Why Slower Than Windows On Loading Web Pages

Nov 29, 2010

The same network environment, no matter which browser I use, my fedora 13 always works slower than windows XP on loading web pages. Others are better than windows -- like memory management...(I directly feel that). applications running more smoothly than those in windows xp.

I want to know how could I make it faster on loading web pages.

Note: my network environment can not be changed!

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Fedora Networking :: Wireless Much Slower In FC12/13 Than In Windows

Jun 11, 2010

"Dell 1525 WLAN PCIe card with11n mini-Card & external antenna" wireless card. It got recognized fine by FC12, but it was rather slow. I had read that life would be better in FC13 with the new kernel. After a long wait, I upgraded to FC13 yesterday.

It seems that the wireless is indeed faster. However, it it clearly a lot slower than under Windows 7 (it is a dual boot PC). My test is simply to play say Hulu in full screen: under Windows it looks fine, under FC13 it plays in slow motion.

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Fedora Networking :: Slower Data Transfer Rate In KDE V GDM?

Nov 25, 2010

I have a FC13 box that has both Gnome and KDE sessions installed.

I have noticed on the KDE session that data transfer rates are slower than when I use Gnome.

In Gnome, I can transfer files between my FC13 machine and my Ubuntu 10.04 pc at a rate of 6.5 MB/s (52 Mb/s if my maths is correct), but in KDE the rate is only 3.5 MB/s (28 Mb/s).

"ethtool eth0" shows my NIC speed as 100 Mb/s. Obviously I am not hitting anywhere near that speed in either session, (a separate article may be happen in the future to address that), but I am curious as to why KDE is that much slower for file transfer.

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Fedora Networking :: Wireless Slower To Connect After 15 Upgrade?

May 31, 2011

I've been using fedora on my Lenovo R61i since I got it...I believe the first version I used on this laptop was f10. I always try to keep it on the latest distro and I also enjoy a clean install every year or so. One thing I was always impressed with was how quickly I could go from sleep to back up and online. So I decided it was time for a clean install this weekend to fedora 15. Now when I wake it up (open the lid), it takes over a minute for the wifi to connect again. This hasn't been the case for the last 4 distro's so I'm wondering what I can do to speed that process back up, is there a particular package I can downgrade or is this something on their radar already and I should just wait for an upgrade?

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Fedora :: Install Older Versions Of (10 Or 11)

Jan 17, 2010

i wanna install older versions of fedora(10 or 11), and after looking everywhere, i found that if you search the available mirrors through the download page. This allows you to select mirrors with the version you want. I didnt know if that was the way to get older versions or if there is another way.

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Fedora :: How To Install Older Kernel

Feb 13, 2010

How can I install older fedora kernel? Because I accidentally removed the working kernel among three kernels. I've tried yum install kernel-2.6.30.10-105.2.4.fc11.i586 but fails.

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Fedora Installation :: Using Older Kernel On F13?

Jul 15, 2010

My company offers Linux preloads in RHEL, Fedora and Ubuntu. I have Fedora 13 installed on my laptop. I want to install it on a desktop but the 2.6.33 kernel hangs the desktop when the Fedora 13 or Ubuntu Lucid DVD boots. I have the Ubuntu Jaunty preload on the desktop but would prefer Fedora. The preload includes a few apps for my job that aren't included with Ubuntu. Is it possible to select an older kernel to boot to and/or use that during the install? I think it is the SCSI controller causing this. I have the same model machine at home configured the same way except the onboard SCSI is disabled, I am using SATA drives in it.

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Red Hat :: Where To Get Updates For Older Version Of Fedora?

Nov 30, 2008

Where can one get updates for old Fedora releases such as Fedora 5, 6, 7 etc? I have a couple of pcs still having Fedora 5 and 7.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: How To Obtain Older Distributions

Dec 12, 2010

I just been given a project to compile code to run under Red Hat Enterprise Desktop 5.3.

Does anyone know if Red Hat sells older versions of Red Hat Enterprise Desktop? RHEL 6 was just released last month. As I understand it, code compiled under RHEL 6 will probably not work under 5.3 due to difference in glibc.

Can I compile code using a Fedora distribution and run the code under Red Hat Enterprise Desktop 5.3 without recompiling the code? If so, does Fedora offer older versions of their distribution?

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Fedora Networking :: How To Find The Older Logs

Feb 28, 2009

I'm trying to find ssh logs from up to 6 months ago. I can only access the /var/log/secure* logs up until the beginning of this month. Any way to find the older ones? Do they get archived somewhere else?

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Fedora :: Repository Configuration For Older Releases

May 10, 2009

June 12, 2011. It appears that quite a few of the alternative repositories that I've suggested in the posts below are no longer functional. Rather than flog a dead horse I'm closing this thread and strongly suggest that you use a supported release of Fedora.The Fedora releases here, Fedora Core 1 through Fedora 12, are no longer supported or maintained, so they do not receive bug fixes or security updates. We do not recommend using these releases any more. I've spent the last day or so installing every Fedora release since Fedora Core 1, excluding Fedora 11, on a computer I had laying around. My goal was to figure out how to get yum to work despite the fact that the stock repositories are long gone in most cases.

I was motivated by the fact that the yum questions are never ending here at Fedora Forum and the question of how to make yum work for these older versions of Fedora seem to be quite common. The usual response is to install the newest and greatest Fedora. That's fine, but there are cases where this is just not possible. I'll outline separately what I've done for each release. You will only get one update, however, you should be able to install any software that is available through these repositories. You could consider adding other repositories if you need additional software.

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Fedora :: Install An Older Version Of Wine?

Dec 30, 2009

The newest version of wine 32-bit (1.1.32?) seems to be a disaster. I had Newsbin Pro working great in Fedora 10. Now this program won't run with wine.i686 on Fedora 12 x64.

I have tried Crossover Linux 8 standard and Newsbin Pro works with that. Crossover is using wine 1.1.18. However that will cost me $40.

How do I install an older version of wine with the dependencies in Fedora 12 x64?
I searched for an rpm and found various flavors of wine rpms. Can I just install that older rpm?

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Cannot Install Older Version Of Java JDK

Jun 10, 2010

I have a Sun Fire X4450 running RHEL 5.3. Attached to this server via FC is a Sun StorageTek ST2540 that allows additional storage capacity. In order to administer the ST2540, a software application from Sun (CAM 6.6) has been installed. Part of the install process for this application also installs Java JDK1.6.0_12 (64-bit).

However as we use this hardware as a database server, our database software will not install properly as it requires an earlier version of Java JDK1.5.0_11 to be installed. When I try and install the older JDK rpm package, RHEL will not let me. How can I get both versions of Java installed?

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Hardware :: Install Fedora 13 On An Older Dell PC?

Sep 30, 2010

This is probably a dumb question...but you know what they say about dumb questions...

I would like to install Fedora 13 on an older Dell PC (which had at one point run Fedora).

But I plan to download and burn the ISO bootable Fedora CD/DVD on my Windows 7 box.

The question then becomes: Does the 32-bit versus 64-bit distinction have to do with the download and ISO-CD/DVD creation (what OS and hardware you're doing it on)?

or

Does the 32-bit versus 64-bit distinction have to do with the *Target* OS and hardware (in this case Fedora 13, and I assume 32-bit)?

So, do I download the 64-bit version or the 32-bit version (the older Dell is 32-bit hardware)?

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Fedora :: Install An Older Kernel - Custom - But RPM Wont Let ?

Mar 3, 2010

I am building a series of custom kernels...for one of them i am using a kernel that is older than my currently installed ones.

I am using rpm to install this kernel and it will not install, period. i don't get why i can't install this....what does it matter that i am installing an older kernel? and why is fedora/rpm designed to not let me do this?

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There should be an easy way to get around this, but i haven't figured it out yet. i've googled around, no luck. i bounce between kernel versions all the time without problems on my system, so why is rpm setup for strict versions on a kernel? and is there no way around this, and i just have to delete all three of those kernels, i don't really want to. 2 of them are awesome and i shouldn't have to build them again, that would be complete crap! and i wouldn't have this problem on my debian setup, so why fedora? (i generally think fedora is better)

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Fedora Installation :: Removing Older Kernel Installs

Mar 31, 2010

I just did an upgrade and it included the kernel. As time goes by, I will be stuck with a lot of kernels to choose from, and lower disk space. How do I remove an older kernel and everything it's related to it without breaking stuff?

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Fedora Networking :: No Network On Slightly Older Machine

Jul 8, 2010

I have been out of the linux game for a few years and decided to get back into it, I've been working now for a few days on figuring out why my machine's network card does not seem to want to work on a new FC13 installation.The machine is an older Dell Dimension with an 2.53 Gig Celeron Processor, 512 Megs of RAM (A gig soon) and the ethernet card is an Intel Corporation 82562EZ. Sone generic thing, though FC13 does recognize and appears to have appropriate software.

ifconfig shows no IP address in the x.x.x.x sense, and restarting the network doesn't seem to do anything. The network card is in working order, I tested it in a winxp installation, and the cable is also functioning.

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Fedora :: Installing Older Kernel Header Files With Yum Or Rpm

Feb 3, 2011

I just had a hard drive failure on my mythtv box that I had been running F14 on. I reinstalled F14 and just got about everything up and running like normal again except that I upgraded the kernel by mistake when I was upgrading everything else to current levels. The problem is that I run a hauppauge pvr150 on this mythtv box, and the code for capturing on this card is broken on the latest kernel version. I have the kernel headers and development files installed for the newest kernel that I can't really use, but I didn't install the kernel headers for the older kernel before the upgrade. Now, I am looking for a way to forcefully install the older kernel development files so that I can compile my the proprietary nvidia drivers against it for my adapter. I downloaded the rpm files from the fedora 14 repository directly. Is there an option for rpm that I can use to force the installation?

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Fedora :: Using Yum To Install Older Version Of Software (MythTV)?

Apr 25, 2011

I've got a MythTV 0.23 backend and I'm trying to get the frontend working on my Fedora box, but by default yum installs 0.24 which has a different database model and so won't work with a 0.23 backend. I've got the RPM for 0.23 but it has a bunch of dependencies so I need to track down the RPMS for those, too, so I was wondering if I can do this in yum? I've seen an old thread about installing a yum-allowdowngrade package but that doesn't seem to be available any more.

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Fedora :: Possible To Import Mail From Older Evolution Client

Jun 21, 2011

is it possible to import mail from older evolution client (GNOME evolution 2.28.3) to the evolution now running on fedora 15 ( Evolution 3.0.2)on the older client, there appears to be a .evolution folder off home directory and mail under that.However I dont see this hidden directory on fedora 15.Is there a way to transfer the mails?

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Installing Alternative (older) Gcc Version RHEL

Nov 9, 2010

I am installing the quake4SDK on RHEL , it needs gcc-3.3 , but I have gcc 4.1.How can I install an alternative gcc3.3, without getting rid of the newest one , and solely to get this program to compile ??? I know there is an "alternative" managing system , but don't know how it works.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Use The Different Command Between An Older And A Newer Version Of A File?

Nov 21, 2010

Is there a way to use the diff command between an older and a newer version of a file and only display the lines that have been added to the newer file and not the ones that have been removed without any of the explanation formatting, just the new lines. I'm trying to bypass the process of putting both files into a database and running an SQL "left join where old data is null" as I will need to do this on a regular basis.

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