Re: How to speed up your Mac.
On Dec 1, 2007 5:15 PM, P Kapat <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 1 Dec 2007 13:47:59 GMT, Jack Malmostoso <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On Sat, 01 Dec 2007 14:40:10 +0100, stuart wrote:
> > > What do you think guys?
> > With such a slow CPU I'd get rid of both Gnome and KDE and focus on
> > lighter WM such as XFCE, E17 and Fluxbox.
> > This won't make Firefox or Openoffice any faster, but you can always
> > replace them with Kazehakase (funny name, excellent and lightweight
> > browser) and Abiword.
> Hmm, I have been looking for something like this myself for my iBook
> G4 (1.2GHz 256MB RAM). How about the wireless? Is there any command
> line version for NetworkManger? In Gnome, KDE we have either nm-applet
> or network-manager-kde.... I have been playing around with iwconfig
> and iwlist but didn't meet with any success.
You can configure it in /etc/network/interfaces and use
# ifup "interface_name"
# ifdown "interface_name"
> In my case, I HAVE to use one KDE app (for which I do some occasional
> development too), so I'll need to keep the KDE libs and programs and
> run it once a while, but I need not run kdesktop. I can happily run
> icewm if I can get a command line approach for the wireless network
> that would be good.
> http://counter.li.org #402424
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