The authors reccomend a 400mhz, 256mb for the manual with search capabilities.

Your best bet is to disable the search feature, check the README_NOW file to learn how 
this is done.

Or get the pdf version.


Nigel
>
>From: "Nonet Quesa" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 22:07:52 GMT
>To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Subject: Gimp Manual
>
>Hi,
>  I just downloaded the GUM, html version.
>I read that the manual was very "resource
>intensive".  So, I installed GUM on a machine
>with:
>
>   256 Megs 6 nanosecond SDRAM
>   Dual PII-350 processors
>   SCSI HD, plenty or swap and free space
>   SuSE 6.3, fresh install,
>   Netscape 4.72
>   Running only KDE, Netscape and one xterm
>
>I then opened Index.html, and watched as
>the system ground to a halt, and became
>unusable.  Movements of the mouse were
>lost.  I walked away, and 10 minutes later
>the Javascript was finished.  A painfully
>slow top showed that Netscape had requires
>91 megs or RAM, and a hefty chunk of one
>of the CPUs.
>
>I appreciate that the manual is resource
>intensive.  But exactly what type of system
>do you have to own to get GUM *usuable* in
>html form?  A Sun Enterprise 450 server?
>
>Is there any effort to rewrite the search
>engine (currently in Javascript) into something
>more sane, like perl?
>
>Or perhaps I did something wrong?
>
>Cheers,
>
>--
>nonet_q
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