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Robert.Thompson 03-04-2011 03:29 PM

Used sbopkg to download & install Wine - it's been 'installing' for over 1 hr...
 
Hello:

Is that 'normal' for the sbopkg install of Wine?

Thanks,

Robert.Thompson 03-04-2011 03:42 PM

Guess it is normal - it just stopped.

samac 03-04-2011 04:37 PM

Ten minutes 30 seconds on a Core2quad Q6600, which is just about twice as fast as the T7300, so I would say that an hours is a bit long. Were you using
Code:

make -j3
in the slackbuild? Or was the computer doing something else at the time?

samac

Robert.Thompson 03-04-2011 04:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by samac (Post 4279370)
Ten minutes 30 seconds on a Core2quad Q6600, which is just about twice as fast as the T7300, so I would say that an hours is a bit long. Were you using
Code:

make -j3
in the slackbuild? Or was the computer doing something else at the time?

samac

Hi samac:

I think it is because I clicked on 'Build' (or make or something) instead of backing out to 'Queue -> Process'.

Must be that; live and learn!

Daedra 03-04-2011 05:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by samac (Post 4279370)
Ten minutes 30 seconds on a Core2quad Q6600, which is just about twice as fast as the T7300, so I would say that an hours is a bit long. Were you using
Code:

make -j3
in the slackbuild? Or was the computer doing something else at the time?

samac

I also have a Q6600, and it took 8 minutes 30 seconds with make -j4

samac 03-05-2011 02:37 AM

Daedra I'm running 32-bit at the moment and I get just under 10 minutes if I am not playing with music, games, internet when I'm building wine. That result is the same with -j5 and -j9.

That would suggest that Slackware64 is quite a bit faster than Slackware32 for compiling.

I was going to change back to Slackware64 (multi-lib) before this but this makes the decision more likely.

samac

Daedra 03-05-2011 03:22 AM

We'll I am overclocking slightly, so that probably helps more.


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