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    Hello,
    It seems that the display of web on-line videos were not so good as my configuration under windows. The reading is freezing all the time.
    Is it any parameter I could check/modify to get it better ?
    Thank you in advance
    Jerome

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    Default Re: Internet access speed

    Are you meaning Flash?
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    Default Re: Internet access speed

    Hello,
    I think so.
    Video by youtube for instance.
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    Default Re: Internet access speed

    You may have explained this before in other threads, I don't know. But tell us about your Computer Video Card and if you have installed a driver.
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    Yes, I installed amd driver, successfully (after time).
    But if I download the video on my hd, the quality is good.
    Thank you
    Jerome

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    Default Re: Internet access speed

    Have a look at process use when it's running a video

    type this in a terminal: top
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    Default Re: Internet access speed

    Quote Originally Posted by New_User_X View Post
    It seems that the display of web on-line videos were not so good as my configuration under windows. The reading is freezing all the time.
    Is it any parameter I could check/modify to get it better ?
    If you have not already, you could:
    • remove beagle
    • disable ipv6

    Reference a comparison to Windoze, using the version of mplayerplug-in (custom built by one of our openSUSE forum members) I find that various flash videos actually play better on my openSUSE boot partition, than they do on same PC under WinXP. ... In my case I suspect WinXP is not tuned. ... But as I think you suspected, the point more is that it is in many (not all) cases it is possible to tune openSUSE to play better than what you are experiencing.

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    Hello,
    It is correct.
    I would like my system to work as good as it is able.
    ipv6 has already been switched off, doesn't work at all when on.
    I removed beagle. It is maybe a little better.
    Try to input top and there are lot of parameters shown.
    What am I supposed to do with ? Any of them speak maybe more than other ? Comparison chart ?
    Thanks again for Your help.
    Jerome

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    Default Re: Internet access speed

    You can press PrintScreen to take a snapshot of the terminal running top, and post the image here.
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    poste an image ...
    yes of course.

    Isn't it boring sometimes to speak for id..., alone ?
    thank you for your patience.
    Jerome

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