macau wrote:i have 2.2 bootloder and working suspend, so there are ubuntu-specific bug
Ok, good to know, thanks. But how can that be Ubuntu specific? The other explanation is that you are using newer kernel (which somehow is not ready for Ubuntu yet). I am investigating the options:
a) fix/improve my Ubuntu install. That would mean I have to change the bootloader to Android 2.1 , strange.
b) when there are general advantages of Arch over Ubuntu on the AC100 I would switch towards that. But that would mean a lot of change I got accustomed to. Also Ubuntu Oneiric is now official for the AC100, I am expecting a lot of progress from that. Let's see. Zram support seems to be there already. Anyway my Ubuntu (minimal+LXDE) install is quite fast and stable. Would be interesting to have some benchmark comparisons.
c) or maybe a Debian install would be advisable? For getting some 20% hard float FPU performance improvement?
try opening 20 tabs at x86 machine with 512M of ram in chromium and see how much ram eat that monster
Which browser are you using? Firefox 7 seems to be more frugal with Ram. But Chromium is much faster when scrolling (smooth scroll extension). I also tried Midori, but not much difference in terms of speed or memory usage to Firefox,
Anyway, I can have 20 tabs in Chromium on the AC100, no problem. It fills up the Ram, ok. But problems occure only when there is concurrent access to the MMC with writes blocking the rest. Some install, for example. Or open/write an .odt document. I know that might be borderline for the AC100, but hey, why not it's a fantastic device, can do allmost everything!