On 6 Mar 2005, at 03:05, Marcus Furlong wrote:
>> On 5 Mar 2005, at 22:35, John P. Looney wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, Mar 05, 2005 at 03:47:59PM +0100, Paul Biggar mentioned:
>>>> Its got gaim, firefox, openoffice and evolution, and runs gnome
>>>> folded into the kernel so its very fast.
>>>>>> I do not think that word means what you think it means.
>>>>> From the website:
>> "This 'kernel-stripping' was quite a challenge, since we were working
> Knoppix, which is KDE. Further, we built right into the kernel as much
> the system as we could -- Gnome is part of the kernel, in other words.
> doing that, too, we were able to save a huge amount of space.
I did look around the site, specifically looking for any mention of
that. Thanks to your quote Mr. Google found it for me - it was on the
forum, where I hadn't looked :-)
> Haven't checked if it's true though..
I'm intrigued enough that I'm downloading it now to take a look,
although the slowest PC I have around is rather faster and has more RAM
than their minimum spec. But RAM can be removed . . .
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