On Fri, 10 Sep 2004, Brian Scanlan wrote:
> You are aware that the times quoted are for *compiling* XFree86,
> something that will benefit greatly from HT, and not actually
> *running* XFree86?
>> How much time do your production systems spend compiling?
Well, I personally think Gentoo are onto something.
What I'd like is a distro that recompiled all my programmes when I
logged in, cause you know, so that the optimisations can be specific
to me and what I need.
Such a distro would be significantly faster than any other.
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