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Old 1st April 2006, 12:49 AM
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Poor Performance XHosting Eclipse

Hey guys

I'm running FC5 and I've started working on some software development at home and wanted to use my Linux box. Since its in my basement I'm X hosting the display to be PC with cygwin installed. I ssh to the box with putty.

I'm using eclipse and its just freakin slow. The display elements just don't respond for a long time at points and that's without any projects open.

I was wondering if there is anything I can do to optimize the performace of this setup.

I Xhost eclipse from my Solaris machine at work to my laptop and its nowhere near this slow.

Thie machine is a 2 Ghz AMD with 512 MB Ram, not a powerhouse, but not that slow.
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