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  1. Hello everyone, I made a video about my experiences at Funtoo. I am here to promote and thank the community for their support. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfZvA5pVybM
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    Funtoo slow in my netbook :(

    Personally, I have an Asus X102BA netbook is a pretty simple netbook I know. But I install Funtoo in it, with i3 only and a terminal emulator, and it's pretty slow with the i3 open. In tty everything is fine ... the video card is a Radeon HD 8180G I know it was not to stay fast but using other systems I notice a big difference. Has anyone ever had a similar problem?
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    Funtoo slow in my netbook :(

    It really was the radeonsi's fault. I added a FLAG VIDEO_CARDS = "radeon radeonsi". So I realized the: emerge -auDN @world and stayed show! Many thanks to all for the strength.
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    Funtoo slow in my netbook :(

    Incredibly in Funtoo it gave in average of 109fps, already in Debian 60fps. But, there was an error when I ran glxgears in Funtoo: Unable to load driver: radeonsi_dri.so ...
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    Funtoo slow in my netbook :(

    I compared xorgs files.. but I did not identify the problem. I am sending two video files to show the difference. First Video ( Debian ) / Second Video ( Funtoo ) On the funtoo, it's giving this delay to screen changes or anything refreshing to video with i3. ################################################################## diff xorg.debian xorg.funtoo > i sending file xorg xorg debian.mp4 funtoo.mp4
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    Funtoo slow in my netbook :(

    Of course, I've been making some comparisons. I put a Debian next to Funtoo, the Radeon driver used is the same in its version: 2.49.0. An example of what is happening is that the video seems to be loopy to open or change applications. The use of CPU / Memory seems very similar between systems. But the video response difference is great. To switch screens on i3 for example, I have a delay of almost 1.5 seconds. Being that Debian with the same features works very fast. Could it be something related to openrc? How could I debug this "lag" in the video inside i3? Remembering that both systems are totally clean. Only with xorg, i3 and few applications. Thank you for you time and help.
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