Re: Penalty of SELinux?
On Sat, 22 Sep 2007, Douglas A. Tutty wrote:
> > Apart from one copy of the libs on RAM that is shared by all other stuff,
> > and (maybe) some extra grow in the data segments, no. And if you care about
> > that, you'd better be pissed off at something else than SE Linux, which is
> > small... we have some damn big libs linked everywhere.
> I know. my 486 won't run debian anymore. Not enough ram. Runs great
> with OBSD. My P-II runs quite slow with Etch (OK with Sarge). Also
> runs great with OBSD.
Etch should run great on a P-II, as long as you ditch the heavy-weight
desktop environments, and keep the number of packets installed under control
(otherwise apt/dpkg will require too much RAM, and hit swap too heavily).
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