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Fox Mulder a écrit :
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<pre wrap="">arne anka wrote:
<pre wrap="">i enabled the small screen gui ("internal" it is called, i think) and
tried out navigation.
so far rendering is _very_ slow and the cpu usage applet always shows
about 80-100% usage -- thus eating power quite fast, i presume.
it takes a long while (and someinteraktion) to make the current map to
appear, even after gps obtained a fix i had to swith to some dilog and
back to the map view to make it rerender.
after the map was there and navigation hints appeared i made the
matchbox-keyboard appear which took up the upper part of the screen. after
disabling the keyboard the part of the navit window remained grey (though
the window's top bar was redrawn immediately by xfce), after several
minutes the small rectangles were redrawn -- but that was about all,
navigation information ("turn in ... meters") seemed not related to my
current position anymore and the map never was redrawn while the cpu usage
was still exceptionally high.
after about 15min i killed navit.
navit is 0.1.0+svn-1791, built without speech, map is the eu.bin linked to
in the navit wiki.
<pre wrap=""><!---->If you installed the precompiled navit version i would suggest to
compile it from source yourself. I don't know why, but the precompiled
version runs very bad on my fr with debian. After i compiled my own
version (1778) it runs much better. I also had trouble with very high
cpu usage but with my new compiled version i got quite low cpu usage
when navit is idle.
The Debian precompiled package is meant for desktops, not the FR, thus
it doesn't include fixes/tweaks for devices without fpu, for example.<br>