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Re: Problem of rapidity with Cygwin and the software Flux3D

On 07/02/2012 15:31, Beber38 wrote:
> I have a Workstation DELL Precision T7500 (Linux Red Hat 5) with Nvidia
> Quaddro graphic card where is installed the software Flux3D. It works very
> good and very rapidly on this workstation.
> I have a laptop DELL (Windows XP) where I want to connect to the Workstation
> by Cygwin to work with Flux3D. And when I make the connection with my
> network, I can launch Flux3D but it's very slow when I want to move a piece.
> It seems like cygwin use the laptop graphic card and not the Workstation
> graphic card.
> Is there some settings to modify with cygwin to accelerate the display (or
> to use the distant graphic card) ?

This question more properly belongs on the cygwin-xfree list.

You probably want to take a look at [1], in particular, unless you use
LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT=1, remote applications will be using software rendering.


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