[Fwd: Re: [rfc] improving 32bit user performance/experience...]
macoafi at gmail.com
Wed May 20 01:44:25 UTC 2009
On Tuesday 19 May 2009 9:35:28 pm Christopher Chan wrote:
> Pentium the Original. Pentium II, III are all based on the Pentium Pro
> (i686) and they have a different architecture than Pentium the Original.
> Pentium II is basically the Pentium Pro + MMX. Pentium 4 and M use the
> Netburst architecture which is again different from the Original.
Oh, wow, ancient then, yeah. I've got a Pentium 2 here. The most RAM it
can take is 384MB. That *might* be enough RAM to run Xubuntu (mine
has 192MB and technically GNOME can run, if it has about 1GB of swap,
but then no other apps can). A motherboard from the days of the
original Pentium would max out at...what? 128MB?
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