Re: what's your favourite FLOSS?
> I use Kpdf most of the time but xpdf has a smaller footprint (both
> memory and disk space requirements). I have Kpdf on my main Athlon box
> and xpdf on my PII. I can view a pdf directly on the PII with xpdf or I
> can ssh -X into my athlon box and view it with Kpdf if I set Kpdf for
> poor performance. Its stores rendered pages in the Xorg memory
> footprint on the PII. If I'm really tight for memory, I'll run xpdf on
> the Athlon and it will keep rendered pages on the Athlon.
I also found kpdf outperform xpdf for big files. But the only reason
I still keep using xpdf is that I can't set the vi key-binding (hjkl
is enough) in kpdf.