thanks Dom. from memory I think I already have the sync_after_dma=0 added to my cmdline.txt, from your suggestion a few weeks back. I'll update you tomorrow after I've tried it.
This is probably an incredibly stupid question but why can't it be built using that version?asb wrote:
The version in squeeze was truly ancient. It's very possible (likely even) that architectural changes in chromium mean that performance is currently poor on the Raspberry Pi.
if it was due to soft FP, wouldn't it also run slowly on the Squeeze distort? it doesn't.centerorbit wrote:@jui-feng: Would you guess that chromium runs incredibly slow due to high use of software-floating point? Would you expect it to run much faster on raspbian?