xpilot woes....

xpilot woes....

Post by Daniel Cormie » Sun, 24 Jan 1999 04:00:00

 When I run xpilot with the server, it slow down my machine (AMD-K6 233, 64
mb RAM, 1.2 gig hdd, RH 5.2) incredably. The mouse starts skipping, the game
is slow to react to my commands, and the frames per second is very low, even
though I set the xpilot server to 32 frames per second (using this at the
commend line: xpilots -fps 32). This wasn't happening before. Any ideas?

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