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My system is deibian i run : "wine mstsc.exe" to connect to xp system, but it is so slow. why? when i at xp system, and connect to xp system, ...
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- 05-02-2006 #1
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- May 2006
why is wine so slow
My system is deibian
i run : "wine mstsc.exe" to connect to xp system,
but it is so slow. why?
when i at xp system, and connect to xp system, it is fast.
i run "top",
the process "xorg" uses the most of cpu
- 05-02-2006 #2
How did you install wine?
From a Debian package?
Which version of wine is it?
Did you properly configure wine with
What is the windows executable that you are trying to run?"To express yourself in freedom, you must die to everything of yesterday. From the 'old', you derive security; from the 'new', you gain the flow."
- 05-02-2006 #3Originally Posted by styrenesRegistered Linux user #270181
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- 05-02-2006 #4
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- May 2005
Acualy wine has been VERY fast for me in the past, cedega on the other hand is quite a bit slower.
- 05-02-2006 #5
If you're finding execution of a tool to be slow, maybe you should ask yourself what you're trying to do. As this is Linux, you may find there is a better way.
What does mstsc.exe do? You say connecting to a windows XP machine? Can you not use SSH or Samba (or even ftp..?) to do what you're trying?Linux user #126863 - see http://linuxcounter.net/
- 05-02-2006 #6
It's a remote desktop client. Roxoff is bang-on - you're using the wrong tool for the job. There are remote desktop protocols that exist on both Linux and Windows that allow snappy, secure connections. The best solution is to run a native Linux app. You might want to look into vnc.