I'm a big fan of enlightenment, but for maximum memory efficiency I chose
8meg with an xterm or something.
OK the box has 512MB and 400meg free, but still. You never know ;--)
> naw! that's still wayyyyy too fluffy. use fvwm 1.24 as it performs
> like a ninja on any hardware! (Jakma. Bugger off :)
no no, its good to see someone active in the "Historical Window
Managers Preservation Society".
> on a not so different note to the seti speed comparison thing. Is
> there an anti-FUD resource avaliable online anywhere, geared
> towards non tech managment types. I've been googling on and off for
> the last week for this type of stuff but alas all I can seem to
> come across is evangelical(sp) bordering on moranic rantings of why
> windoze sux & Linux/BSD is the only way to do everything from
> firewalls to contraception. I'm more after a "right tool for the
> job at hand" type of comparison, preferably written by someone who
> doesn't ooze geekiness.
> any pointers / help
>> Ray ...
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