Announcing: FreeBSD Custom XFCE ISO (take II)
rswood at therandymon.com
Wed Jun 17 20:21:50 UTC 2009
> First I want to say thank you. This is very welcome for my older slow
I'll second the thanks. Believe it or not I've got a great laptop still up
and running: a PIII running an earlier version of SuSE Linux (PIII, 128M RAM,
555Mhz processor). When I bought it in 2000 it was the state of the art.
Now I find the internet forums choked with people complaining about
their "old" Pentium Ms and IVs and similar. Most people have no idea a 9
year old laptop can do everything you want it to do. I'll give the XFCE ISO
a spin, since modern KDE or Gnome set ups tend to sink it.
Thanks for the hard work!
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