2011/1/26 Jon <[hidden email]>:
> and after i take a look of the program (looks great), i notice that one
> core of my cpu was at 100% with "mscore.real" process
Because of the difficulty/slowness in getting packages sponsored in
Debian, the musescore package there tends to lag behind that of the
one in Ubuntu. If you don't mind rebuilding the package from source,
you can try the Ubuntu maverick version, which I believe does not
suffer this bug.
I intend to update the packages in both Ubuntu and Debian when version
1.0 is released, at which point I'll also try to clear up any
remaining open bugs, and also investigate the restarting of the Ubuntu
musescore unstable archive.
Hello. (I do not speak English, sorry if I make any mistake)
I have installed musecore 0.9.6.3 on linuxmint 10 (amd 64 dual core)
I had no problem with CPU usage, all went well
I needed to install (by another program, not MuseScore) alsa-oss
They started the problems: cpu usage jumped to 90-100% when playing in MuseScore
(mscore.real 100% , with the command 'top' in a terminal)
Then I uninstalled alsa-oss. All returned to normal operation. The cpu usage does not exceed 65%.