> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> Hi Michael,
>> Unfortunetly I've been having the same difficulty with KDE4. I've
>> tried using both the nv driver as well as nvidia.
>> My hardware is intel core2 duo 1.8ghz, nvidia 8600 gs with 512
>> dedicated memory and 2gigs of system memory. I've tried using 7.0, 7.1
>> and 8.0(Current) with all malloc debugging features disabled as well
>> as kernel debugging options turned off. I've also tried switching back
>> to UFS filesystems from ZFS(root install) to no avail.
>> In the end I ended up using kde3 due to endless headaches. I felt I'd
>> share this in hopes someone has managed to get it to run reasonably well.
>> ------Original Message------
>> From: Michal Kulczewski
>> Sender: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: freebsd7 & kde4 & performance
>> Sent: Oct 11, 2008 12:18 AM
>> I'm a little bit disappointed with the performance of kde4 on freebsd7.
>> I have Pentium M 2GHz, 1GB RAM, radeon x300, tried both, radeon and ati
>> drivers, but kde4 is still so slow that I cannot work with it. Is it
>> because of poor graphic card or driver itself? I'm looking forward to
>> any suggestions.
> Here is some additional info, I too am doing v3.
well, there is no much information available though. IMHO it's a pity
that once fancy gui is available, freebsd users can not make use of it.
I have to switch to gnome (somehow I don't like kde3).
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