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Tunenet eats my ram
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When i start tunenet it's ok. But as soon as i start playing mp3 or stream music it starts eating up all my ram. Until the ram is empty and everything is dead slow.

Anyone else got this problem?

It's on an sam 440ep 667. Tunenet installed from the uodate iso.

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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@Antique

Is it actually Ringhio eating up your ram (Tunenet uses Ringhio to display messages). Try to enable off screen window dragging in GUI prefs to see if it helps. (It's a known problem.)

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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@TSK

Thanks. That did the trick. Finally i can use tunenet again.

Since it's a known problem,then they have a fix ready for that when the time is ready?

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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@Antique

Well not entirely. Had to stop rhingho then it was fine.
Is it possible to turn it off all the time or do i have to turn it off every time wb has started??

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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@Antique

Hi,

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Is it possible to turn it off all the time or do i have to turn it off every time wb has started??


To disable it fully you'll have to remove the RinghioServer from startup using the WBStartup preferences.

To disable just TuneNet's messages launch the Notifications Prefs and untick TuneNet (and TuneNetDock) from the list of Applications. Just remember to turn it back on again when the Notification system is updated if you want TuneNet tune messages again.

Cheers,
Bean.

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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@Antique

One of the first things I did was disable screen dragging on my micro after the update. Wasn't long after that I noticed something was eating my ram at times. I tracked it down to the RinghioServer & tracked it down to the GUI prefs setting. No memory problems with Ringhio running with TN or any other app after turning screen dragging on again. I just set the edge resistence to 9, which almost stops screen dragging from happening.

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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@bean

Any update news for TuneNet?

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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Ok,i sat it to 1. Think that was deault. Will try to set it on 9,just to see if there is any change. As TN is a great program.

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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@Antique

If it still leaks memory, there may be another problem setting that no one has discovered yet. Just turning on dragging solved my problem, but I have a micro.

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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@sundown

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Any update news for TuneNet?


A full new experimental release will be released soon. A bit of detail is on the TuneNet home page. http://tunenet.co.uk

Cheers,
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