[mythtv-users] 128 mb Fx5200 V 256 Mb XFS 6200
dave at cpfc.org
Thu Mar 22 15:53:36 UTC 2007
Brian Wood wrote:
> On Mar 22, 2007, at 9:11 AM, David Campbell wrote:
>> Brian Wood wrote:
>>> On Mar 22, 2007, at 8:31 AM, David Campbell wrote:
>>>> I guess I need to read some more why an XP3000+ combined with an
>>>> doesn't cut it with BBC HD
>>>> If anyone has any pointers I'd be grateful
>>> I think you are very close to the edge with that setup. XvMC will not
>>> help you with H264, which is what I think the BBC is testing for HD.
>> Thanks - I feared as much. Time to shell out for some dual core
> That's certainly the easiest solution.
> If you compiled Myth yourself you might try some different compiler
> optimizations. I was playing with an old VIA Samuel CPU and
> discovered that if I used the "s" optimization (optimize for size) it
> helped by making better use of the tiny cache on that chip, but that
> was for SD stuff.
Alas I am now a fully fledged apt slave. If it isn't bin an apt
repository now it doesn't go on my home machines. I spend 8 hours a day
hacking around - don't need it at home.
> Also, check to see if you're swapping and if so consider more RAM.
Plenty of ram free.
many thanks for the responses
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