On Wed, August 10, 2005 10:59, Timothy Murphy said:
> I was running Fedora (I think FC-2) on a P200 until a few months ago,
> with X, and it wasn't unbearable.
> I just realised I forgot to take out the memory when I dumped it.
> I tried it with 64MB originally,
> but compiling the kernel, for example, took over 12 hours.
> Someone gave me 64MB RAM, and when I put that in
> the kernel compiled in 40 minutes or so, IIRC.
>From ~12 hours down to 40 minutes? Was the machine using up all of it's
RAM and swap? Possibly adding more swap might have dropped the compile
time? How much swap did you have allocated anyway?
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