On Sat, 2003-02-08 at 05:54, Peter wrote:
> I have a 300mhz, 128MB Ram pc standing here, and I'm thinking of installing
>kde3 on there, does anyone know if that will be an alright combination or would that
>be very slow / not worth it? I have an athlon 1800+, can I just remove my
>/etc/make.conf file, and do a "make package" on here to build kde3 and later install
>it on the 300mhz pc? As I'm planning to do a make package for kde 3.1, is that all
>that's needed to make a package that could go on
>ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/packages/x11 ? If so I'd like to start making
>some packages on this lazy 1800+.
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I personally wouldn't run KDE3 on a 300Mhz machine, well I wouldn't run
on any machine, but on that one it just might get too heavy and slow.
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