--- David Murphy <drjolt+ilug at redbrick.dcu.ie> wrote:
> > I lived happily with 32 megs in X, running on a Banshee.
> It helps
> > having UDMA disks. SCSI would be optimal.
> I take it you never run Netscape, or use 16-bit colour at
32-bit optimized 24-bit resolution and lynx+kfm. NetRape is
too painful. Anyway, it's a trojan horse which I hope to not
nowadays, and the few times I've had to run NS, it's been
stable for a whopping five minutes! </sarcasm>
O- nny, Lynx & KFM user
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