Originally Posted by Easy Rhino
how is your slack build working out so far? you have not done a log!
Hi Easy Rhino,
As you know, I switched over to Linux because of my new HDMI video card
and needed to use the ATI Catalyst driver to get sound via the HDMI cable.
Slackware like OpenBSD is solid as a rock, it's been on 24/7 (almost a month now)
and my samba server has been accessible the whole time.
The only real difference I'm finding is more processor and ram resources
are being used and I'm sure that's due to using KDE with all that composting
stuff enabled (my daughter likes the cube, etc...) OpenBox was pretty lean.
Ram hasn't gone past 720 meg. and I have 2.5 gig.
Processor (3.2 gig Pent.4) falls behind when running 3 simultaneous
Youtube videos, but I have no past reference, as there was no Flash
for OpenBSD (it would probably do the same).
The log was for my experiences running OpenBSD and how it differed
from Linux, so I haven't added to it or made a new one because people
are familiar with Linux (most flavors). OpenBSD doesn't have the same popularity.
Here is a screenshot... (I'm a big David Lynch fan)