mini-laptop / netbook for FreeBSD
guru at unixarea.de
Mon Feb 25 15:41:02 UTC 2019
El día Monday, February 25, 2019 a las 03:10:07PM +0000, Carmel NY escribió:
> On Mon, 25 Feb 2019 15:38:31 +0100, Matthias Apitz stated:
> >I'm using since 2015 an Acer C720 laptop/netbook which works very
> >nicely with FreeBSD (thanks to the work of Michael, cc'ed). I'm
> >looking for an successor device with more or less the same technical
> >- 11.6" high res display (1024x768)
> >- 4 GByte RAM
> >- 2 CPU, each 1.4 GHz
> >- 256 GByte SSD
> >- Wifi (supported in CURRENT)
> >- Touchpad, USB 3.0, HDMI
> >Any ideas or proposals to test? Thanks
> > matthias
> Why limit RAM to a measly 4GB? If it is a 64 bit machine, that is like
> the bare minimum for it to work. ...
Yes, it should be amd64 (thanks for reminder). And No, 4 GByte is really
enough. Mine has 4 GByte, runs KDE4 as desktop, with libroffice, FF
64.0, chromium, ... all fast and fine.
$ dmesg | grep -i memory
real memory = 4301258752 (4102 MB)
avail memory = 1917239296 (1828 MB)
[drm] Got stolen memory base 0x7ca00000, size 0x2000000
Have you a real proposal to say?
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