I can't run it on the server

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I can't run it on the server

Unread post by Fil453 » 2024-06-03, 09:40

good afternoon, I need help with the correctness and operation of the browser. I run the same build on my home computer - it works correctly, I transfer it to the server and everything starts lagging. about Vladka where YouTube works

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Re: I can't run it on the server

Unread post by Moonchild » 2024-06-03, 09:57

Please provide details about the home system and the server. Hardware? Operating system? etc.
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Re: I can't run it on the server

Unread post by Fil453 » 2024-06-11, 11:23

home - ryzen 5 8 RAM windows 10 ; server - intel gold 8 virtual cores, 8 RAM, windows server 2016


what to do?

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Re: I can't run it on the server

Unread post by Pentium4User » 2024-06-11, 12:44

Are you sitting in from of the monitor of the server or do you connect via network?
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Re: I can't run it on the server

Unread post by Fil453 » 2024-06-11, 19:43

I'm connecting over the network

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Re: I can't run it on the server

Unread post by Fil453 » 2024-06-11, 19:45

Pentium4User wrote:
2024-06-11, 12:44
Are you sitting in from of the monitor of the server or do you connect via network?
I'm connecting over the network

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Re: I can't run it on the server

Unread post by Pentium4User » 2024-06-11, 19:54

Fil453 wrote:
2024-06-11, 19:45
Pentium4User wrote:
2024-06-11, 12:44
Are you sitting in from of the monitor of the server or do you connect via network?
I'm connecting over the network
How?
Which protocols?
Compression used?
How is the bandwidth and the latency?
The profile picture shows my Maico EC30 E ceiling fan.

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Re: I can't run it on the server

Unread post by Fil453 » 2024-06-11, 19:59

Pentium4User wrote:
2024-06-11, 19:54
Fil453 wrote:
2024-06-11, 19:45
Pentium4User wrote:
2024-06-11, 12:44
Are you sitting in from of the monitor of the server or do you connect via network?
I'm connecting over the network
How?
Which protocols?
Compression used?
How is the bandwidth and the latency?
I'm connecting rdp, compression was not used

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Re: I can't run it on the server

Unread post by Moonchild » 2024-06-11, 21:12

If you're using RDP, you may want to disable hardware acceleration in Pale Moon that's running on the server.
Also, to reduce remote redraw issues, make sure you disable "smooth scrolling" in preferences -> advanced -> scrolling.
You may also want to check if your RDP connection settings are appropriate for your bandwidth.
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