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hi i want to run gDesklets on a old system running Slackware 10.1 i would like to know if this would cause a considerable speed penalty btw, the gpu is ...
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    gDesklets speed penalty?


    hi

    i want to run gDesklets on a old system running Slackware 10.1

    i would like to know if this would cause a considerable speed penalty

    btw, the gpu is a virge 2mb

    any help appreciated

    weed
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    whats the cpu? if its less than lie 700mhz then dont bother

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    yes, it is a cyrix mII 233mhz and

    why should the cpu speed matter?
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    because gdesklets is a cpu intensive task.

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    just try it and if it runs crappy, then dont use it
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    if i can compile all the deps and the actual package
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