_____/ On Tuesday 23 August 2005 11:36, [houghi] wrote : \_____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> Now things can become much faster.
>>> Openoffice started in 4 instead of 15 seconds. Firefox in 1 instead of
>>> 8. As booting is a bit slower, but when the system will 'feel' faster.
>> They must have run it on quite a powerful machine,
> Have you looked at the link I provided?
> This benchmarks are done on an IBM T42p with 1GByte of RAM and Pentium M
You are right. I haven't, but I usually do look. In this particular case,
you picked the important bits from the item rather than just posting the
>> but still *smile*. With
>> many Firefox extensions, I doubt it would be _that_ quick.
> Thde other will not be as quik as well.
>> They are not
>> pre-linked either, I presume.
> Have you looked at the link I provided? (below this)
> * Install libelf from your standard SUSE 10.0 CD's
> * Download and install prelink.rpm
>>> More on this on http://www.opensuse.org/index.php/10.0_beta2_i686_SUPER
I'll have a look. These speed gains would make a compelling argument for me
when swaying people towards SuSE.
>> I didn't mean to bring up just the negatives. I am probably as excited as
>> everybody else about that.
> Apparently so exited you were unable to klick on the links. ;-)
True, but this was the exception. Don't make too much fun of me *smile*...
> That means you will not look at http://opensuse.org/index.php/SUPER
Roy S. Schestowitz "Avoid missing ball for higher score"