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Bad and complex architecture

Bad and complex architecture

Posted Jul 25, 2009 17:12 UTC (Sat) by astrand (guest, #4908)
In reply to: Bad and complex architecture by lab
Parent article: Google releases Neatx NX server

Actually, I claim the the opposite is true: VNC can and does deal with bad applications good. This means that Swing-based Java applications works much better with VNC than with NX. Every time I've tested NX, I tried a Java based application and confirmed the bad performance.

From a technical viewpoint, Xvnc does (by default) pixel-by-pixel comparisons on the framebuffer. So unless you have explicitly disabled this (-CompareFB=0), or have some strange client, I really don't understand why you are experiencing this behaviour.


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It's better to have half a cake then no cake at all

Posted Jul 27, 2009 6:02 UTC (Mon) by khim (subscriber, #9252) [Link]

Every time I've tested NX, I tried a Java based application and confirmed the bad performance.

Don't use such applications then. Sure, badly-written applications are unusable with NX - and most Java-based applications are pigs in regard to any and all resources. But with VNC all applications are equally unusable!


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