Re: KDE Usability survey
On Thursday 13 March 2003 00:10, Daniel Stone wrote:
> > Then show them a light window manager, like wmaker or blackbox (and
> > friends). Having KDE be usable on extremely low-end hardware just isn't
> > a design goal of KDE.
> Well, by default it's pretty heavy. But use a few well-known tricks,
> like cutting out Klipper, or kwrited, making /tmp/.ICE-unix owned by
> root.root, and a few more, and you'll soon get its speed up. Disable
> aRts, too, if you want a speed boost. I ran KDE on my P166 with 64mb of
> RAM (later 96mb) just fine for quite some time - and that was KDE2!
Could you elaborate on the ICE-unix trick?? And wasn't kwrited a text editor?
Frank Van Damme