Originally Posted by klaxian
Why are you using VNC? First, if you use something like transmission daemon, you can manage your torrents via a web interface. The rest of the items can be set up via SSH. If you need to run a GUI app, you can export the window to your local Linux desktop without the need for VNC.
If you don't use the GUI of the computer, you should consider installing the Ubuntu Server distro or at least the linux-image-server package. That kernel is configured for maximum throughput without regard for interactive latency (among other things).
Just food for thought
I need xterm for wine + i need to press a button in the server app running under wine. I'm using ssh for all the rest tough.
If it would be possible to automaticly press that button, then i might consider installing the server distro
But i would still need to install an xserver tough as wine needs it.
Currently wine takes 11% CPU
But that's with 2 server app's running taking 11% each.
Usually core1 is about 33% loaded, i can live with that (It's at 2.7Ghz currently). But core 2 stays around 10% ?? Is it possible to set affinity in linux ? I've never done that before.
Oh and i use windows 7 on my sig rig, but i do have ubuntu & gentoo installed
Samba doesn't like me either
Max transfer rate is 2.40MB/s. This pc has an 1Gigabit port and the server an 100Mbit port. The router is also an 100Mbit one (Fonera 2.0n). So it has to be a driver issue or something in the config. I have to say that the main HDD is actually an USB drive but it easly gets 12 MB/s so that shouldn't be the problem.Edited by nicksasa - 11/3/10 at 6:52pm