DOOM For Neo Freerunner / 1973
scottrcarlson at gmail.com
Tue Nov 4 14:15:50 CET 2008
Can you give us some details about your current distro and anything other
information that might be interesting? I've noticed slow game play rarely
(but when I do it is bad,) It seems to have something to do with the state
of the phone config? I haven't put my finger on it. I can assure you it is
not supposed to be slow. I have an SD distro that is loaded to the teeth
(OM2008-update). And a lean fresh NAND install of OM2009 (I have noticed the
lean install runs Doom quite quickly.)
Let's do some investigation.
Xavier Cremaschi wrote:
> Great news about a great game on a cool device ;)
> But I have the same problem with Doom as with Duke Nukem 3D : it's
> horribly slow, much slower than youtube videos of these FR games. And so
> it is not playable at all.
> While running Doom, I have no sound and 'top' tells me my FR is almost
> idling. While running Duke Nukem, I have a crappy sound. And while using
> a media player to play some mp3 my CPU consumption is huge : only
> pythm frontend+mplayer backend seems light enough to allow me to listen
> Does someone have an idea of what my problem could be ? I did not see
> any particular error messages in stdout/stderr, nor in strace output.
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