Emulator on Linux 10 times slower than on Windows

by Michael MacDonald » Tue, 08 Dec 2009 00:51:40 GMT


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 've had bad Linux/hardware interactions with the emulator from audio. 
The emulator AFAIK uses the SDL audio libraries. Try starting the
emulator from the command line with the -noaudio flag and see if that
works better.

brian.schim...@googlemail.com wrote:

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Read the old testament, god's covenant is with isaac not ishmael.  That's
why israel still exists and holds power over the islamic world.  Islam will
bring about the anti christ as propesized in the old and new testaments.
Jesus was the son of god who died for our sins.  Eventually, everyone will
bow to him as king.

Mohammad was an agent of the devil, yes God exists, but he was not his
prophet.  Islam is product of the catholic church, they just couldn't
control it.

On Feb 8, 2010 9:22 PM, "nagaraj attimani" <nagaraj.attim...@gmail.com>



Nada,

Please don use this group to spread religion based content.
This only one good group we have to discuss android issues.

Cheers :)
Nagaraj




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