[gentoo-user] wine cpu usage

2015-05-27 Thread behrouz khosravi
hello everyone. To run a windows application I installed the wine package. But cpu usage of wine it a little high. using virtualbox is a lot smoother(9% = 3% cpu usage) . Is it normal? my wine config: [I] app-emulation/wine Available versions: 1.6.2^t (~)1.7.0^t (~)1.7.3^t (~)1.7.4^t

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Flashing hardware via WINE ?

2017-03-19 Thread tuxic
es (instead of ELF). So > nothing is emulated, it's running native. There's also a thin layer of > drivers implemented to transform API calls to native kernel interfaces, > like HID (for input devices). So everything connecting to simple > HID-USB should also work (some custom USB hardwa

[gentoo-user] Re: Flashing hardware via WINE ?

2017-03-19 Thread Kai Krakow
to simple HID-USB should also work (some custom USB hardware just implement a HID interface, it's simple and cheap). If your applications work depends on if the required parts of the API had been implemented (including the bugs that exists between different versions of Windows). So, with this knowled

[gentoo-user] Re: Flashing hardware via WINE ?

2017-03-19 Thread Kai Krakow
should also work (some custom USB hardware just > > implement a HID interface, it's simple and cheap). > > > > If your applications work depends on if the required parts of the > > API had been implemented (including the bugs that exists between > > different versions

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Konsole

2016-07-12 Thread Daniel Frey
}" 848 KiB [ebuild N#] kde-frameworks/kbookmarks-5.21.0:5/5.21::gentoo USE="nls -debug {-test}" 113 KiB [ebuild R] kde-misc/kde-gtk-config-2.2.1:4::gentoo USE="(-aqua) -debug" L10N="-bs% -ca% -ca-valencia% -cs% -da% -de% -el% -es% -et% -eu% -fi% -fr% -ga%