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Hi,

On Saturday 08 February 2003 07:54, Willie Viljoen wrote:
> I disagree. I run KDE 3.1 with all of the bells and wistles turned on on a
> Celeron 333, performance compares favourably to Windows XP running on a
> coworker's Duron 1300. All I would do before I set that up is to add some
> RAM to that system. The Celeron 333 based system I use to run KDE 3.1 has
> 320MB of RAM, and I am even considering an upgrade to 512MB. KDE, ever
> since 3.0, has been very RAM heavy, I wouldn't run it if I didn't have
> atleast 256MB RAM.

I developed KDE on a P2/300 for quite some time. Run speed was fine, but 
compiling KDE is a little painful on this speed of machine -- but that's only 
really an issue if you are trying to run the latest HEAD development version 
of KDE.

- -- 
Cheers, Chris Howells -- [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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