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Posted by TLaw
Digon

Slow on Linux 16.04

Recently installed 16.04 on an older Dell 780 4GB Integrated graphics. I downloaded Teamviewer but it is EXTREMELY SLOOOOWWWWW..... Does anyone have a fix or clue as to why?

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Posted by TeamViewer Staff
TeamViewer Staff

Re: Slow on Linux 16.04

Dear TLaw,

Thank you for your post.

First let's have a look on your system resources.

How many processors does Linux identify on your system?

How much amount of RAM do you have on that system?

What's the system load while you run TeamViewer?

Some commands that may help you out finding that information are

cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep -i processor
free -h
uptime
top

We are looking forward to your comments.

Have a nice day!

Best regards,

Christian Cay

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Posted by TLaw
Digon

Re: Slow on Linux 16.04

Thanks for your response,

How many processors does Linux identify on your system? 

----Its a dual core system

How much amount of RAM do you have on that system? 

----4GB DDR2

What's the system load while you run TeamViewer?

----"cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep -i processor free -h uptime top"

    I got "no such file or directory" for this command, but "cat /proc/cpuinfo"

    got me the these...

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Posted by TeamViewer Staff
TeamViewer Staff

Re: Slow on Linux 16.04

Dear TLaw,

Thank you for your feedback.

To be able to assist you I need extra information.

Please run the following commands.

free -h; uptime

If you have any other questions please don’t hesitate to ask.

Best regards,

Christian

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Posted by TLaw
Digon

Re: Slow on Linux 16.04

I went ahead and re-installed Ubuntu on this box and moved back my house. Seems to be fine here and a problem and the workspace...
I thought maybe since it had Gnome2 installed it might be a graphics issue. So i'll see what it does when I reconnect it to the work network.