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Re: KDE 3.2 Progress

On Mon, Feb 16, 2004 at 10:15:27PM +0100, Anders Ellenshøj Andersen wrote:
> On Monday 16 February 2004 21:20, Paul Johnson wrote:
> > > Do we _have_ to have KDE 3.1 working in platforms like M68000?
> > > I doubt that old chip family has the horsepower to handle KDE.
> >
> > Runs about as fast as a Pentium from what I've seen.  Actually gets
> > reasonably quick about it if you overclock the bugger to 25 MHz or
> > so...that's how we recycled a bunch of LCIIIs back in high school.
> > Cut a hole in the case cover, slapped a monsterous heatsink on there,
> > cranked it up to 25MHz, let it fly.
> And then there is 68020, 030,040 and 060.
> The 060 runs at 50 MHz.
> I really ought to fire up my Amiga some day for a test run.. :)

IIRC you can get 060's o/c up to ~ 80 MHz, which should be roughly
equivalent to a Pentium. Still slow but not too bad. The primary reason
KDE needs to be available on other archs is due to various build-deps,


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