Declan Grady wrote:
> I'm only starting with start office.. (quite impressive) .. but I noticed
> when I start star office it takes aaaaages to do anything.... the hdd goes
> mad, but it takes almost a minute for the staroffice screen to appear on my
> gnome desktop.
> (I'm starting it by double-clicking on the soffice (i think) link in my home
>> I'm running a PII-350, with 96MB ram, on a partition of an 8gig seagate IDE
> I can dual boot to win98 on another partition, and office seems to run at
> expected speed....
>> I assume there must be something wrong here, but where do I look for
> problems ?
Nothing wrong there - StarOffice runs on top of the JVM, which runs on
top of the OS, so you're going through two different levels before any
work actually happens.
Stick with it, though, as it's a lot more browser-independant than the
average app. Maybe you can configure away some of the more-CPU-intensive
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