Custom painting breaks in Slackware 12
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Posted By:   David_Matthews
Posted On:   Friday, July 13, 2007 05:08 AM

I have a modular java project (http://pooter.sourceforge.net) One of the modules implements a mindmap - a sort of electronic scribble diagram. It uses some custom painting code in a JPanel with a null layout manager. It worked fine in Slack11 (with both 2.4 and 2.6 kernels) and most other OS/JVM combinations I've tested it on. On Slack12, whichever kernel I use (huge/smp/generic) it quickly grinds everything to a standstill; mouse and button events take minutes to take effect and any other running program is also affected. I tried reverting to the JVM I was using with 11.0, but no improvement. Any ideas about this? Is it some kernel option or Xorg problem? Where t   More>>

I have a modular java project (http://pooter.sourceforge.net)



One of the modules implements a mindmap - a sort of electronic scribble
diagram. It uses some custom painting code in a JPanel with a null layout
manager. It worked fine in Slack11 (with both 2.4 and 2.6 kernels) and most
other OS/JVM combinations I've tested it on.


On Slack12, whichever kernel I use (huge/smp/generic) it quickly grinds
everything to a standstill; mouse and button events take minutes to take
effect and any other running program is also affected. I tried reverting to
the JVM I was using with 11.0, but no improvement.


Any ideas about this? Is it some kernel option or Xorg problem? Where to start looking?

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Re: Custom painting breaks in Slackware 12

Posted By:   David_Matthews  
Posted On:   Saturday, July 14, 2007 04:09 PM

I saw a report that JEdit also runs badly in Slack 12. Could this be a result of some kernel config setting?

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