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Re: low spec machines

On 23 févr. 07, at 11:01, Kenshi Muto wrote:

At 19 Feb 07 14:08:33 GMT,
Jean-Christophe Helary wrote:
I just installed the latest iso-cds on an FMV-Biblo NE4/50C. KDE runs
ok, but is slow to launch applications.
I am wondering if Xfce is localized enough so that a Japanese person
could easily make use of that machine (set in an NGO office
environment for non-geeks).

Xfce is already packaged as "xfce4". It seems be enough localized.

I heard there were a few nasty bugs in the SCIM/KDE interaction processes.

What is the best (less buggy) input system for use with Xfce ? Considering that in the systems I will be installing people will mostly use OpenOffice, a mail system (or most probably Yahoo mail through the web) and a file manager ?

Since I don't do Debian installs everyday, I'd also like to know what
would be the easiest way to share files with a MacIntel/OSX machine
through the wireless YahooBB environment they have.

IMHO samba is the easist way to share files with MacOS X.

Thank you for the hint. I see that Google has many hits about this combination. I'll investigate.


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