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Re: [vox-tech] Cygwin slow?
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Re: [vox-tech] Cygwin slow?

I haven't it being slow, but I am not necessarily doing anything all that advanced, just poking around with it.  My work system is a PII 350 with 128MB ram and it seems to do just fine.

X over a ssh session to a friends system on the Internet seems a bit slow, but that is to be expected in that usage.


On Thu, 06 September 2001, Jeff Newmiller wrote:

> On Wed, 5 Sep 2001, Mark K. Kim wrote:
> > I finally got around to installing Cygwin.  Is it just my computer or is
> > Cygwin tools slow?  Actually, I think it's just the Bash that's slow?  
> > It's like a telnet session.  Do you guys have the same problems?
> No.  I use this other operating system, you know... :)
> Smirks aside, when I tried Cygwin (a long time ago), it did seem slow.  I
> much prefer an ssh session to Linux if I am stuck on a
> Winbox, though putting the Winbox in a VM on Linux is even better.
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