Well there will be an official Debian image soon that should contain everything except the overclock. (Wheezy/Raspbian/Spindle image that includes the faster memcpy/memset).obarthelemy wrote:2- Get ready for the next batch of "but my browser is much slower than your video" posts. Are there noob-proof instructions somewhere on how to get that speed ?
What was your ARPANET account on either the SRI or UCLA mainframes connected via a 50Kbps dedicated leased phone line and intermediate Interface Message Processors (IMPs) on October 29th, 1969? Oh, sorry, then you weren't on the Internet from Day Onebaldboffin wrote:I'm an internet user from day one (Seriously) and I can personally tell you that Netscape on dialup was faster than what we call fast today.
Yes prime download is faster (how could it not be) but casual browsing is really bad.
Just look at the huge (and I mean huge) number of additional websites your browser goes to before it displays the text you actually want to see.
Don't blame the Pi for slow internet browsing, blame the money men behind what
is laughing called the modern IT industry.
Sorry for the rant but I'm old and grumpy.
cruft-filtering module= "Adblock Plus"Jim Manley wrote:... roll your own cruft-filtering module...
Yes, screen redrawing, scrolling, and animation is unaccelerated. There is scope for improvement by using a mixture of optmised ARM code, DMA and GPU for different parts of this.Silence wrote:It seems - on the BBC site I saw this in your video - the animation is kinda slugish. Is that something that could be improved in the future ? Accelerated browser that uses the GPU for example ?
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