Mad Marcsen, on 04 February 2013 - 05:50 PM, said:
doesn't work for me. cpus=1 does nothing here, still the same as without.
and for chrome:
fnordx64-2:MacOS MadMarcsen$ ./Google\ Chrome --disable-accelerated-compositing
Trace/BPT trap: 5
Ok try my version, I know I did patch PepperFlash with Marvin AMD Utility but didn't think it would make a difference. Busy on my Chrome now but will edit when I Mount the Image again and run it from the untouched dmg and report if i get the same.
EDIT: Ok so I used the Untouched Image in terminal like so:
Durans-Mac-Pro:~ durankeeley$ /Volumes/Google\ Chrome/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome --disable-accelerated-compositing
And no Trace/BPT trap: 5 (stackoverflow shows an xcode problem with that but i doubt that is true in this case) so the cpuid does not make a difference, I guess.
Please explain the steps you take and maybe I can try recreate this problem or upload your version of chrome,
Just incase I uploaded my cpuid version here: https://www.dropbox....twBqnoVCicYEkgK
Can someone else please try and report back, also try disable Adobe Flash and just have PepperFlash running by typing the URL "chrome://plugins/" click details (far right) and disable the shockwave flash that is not pepperflash.
It shouldn't make a difference as I tried with Adobe Flash enabled and pepperflash disabled as per this screenshot:
How I normally do it is open terminal from the spotlight, in Finder, go to Applications --> Google Chrome, right click, "Show Package Contents" -> Contents -> MacOS -> Google Chrome. Drag that into terminal and type "--disable-accelerated-compositing" (without quotes of course) and enter. But that is because I'm lazy
As for the Graphics cpus=1, the problem is still there but I get less when I start with that kernel flag.