Lubuntu ISO prototype, build with LXQt, available for testing
este.el.paz at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 16:17:51 UTC 2014
On Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at 12:02 AM, Jörn Schönyan <joern.schoenyan at web.de>
> About the minimum and/or recommended system requirements: we haven't
> tested it, yet. But I think it's reasonable to assume simmilar requirements
> like LXDE. As a rule of thumb:
> * 256 MB RAM, 1 GHz: barely usable at all, but should "work"
> * 512-768 MB RAM, 1-1,5 GHz: a lot better, but still some kind of
> * 1 GB RAM and a better processor: really useable, even the "big software"
> like LibreOffice / Firefox works fine
> And as an addition to that: it will not be a requirement, but if you have
> working hardware acceleration from your graphic chip, this could help a
> lot! Qt5 can be painted by hardware acceleration, which means: your GPU
> paints the user interface, your CPU has more ressources avaible to do the
> hard work.
Thanks for the info. Well, that would put my G4 iBook on the "should work"
low end of processor speed, in this case 933MHz . . . RAM of something in
the 600MB. My iMac 800 has once again KP'd out of service . . . that has 1
GB RAM, but no way to test anything. I'll have to wait until an iso is
available, not enough skilz to compile a system from "scratch" and test . .
. but, it's looking like the AmigaOne guys will have to pick up the hammer
on testing LXQT for PPC . . . .
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