[ltp] System performance
Tue, 28 Oct 2003 17:47:27 -0800
On Tue, 2003-10-28 at 17:27, Adam wrote:
> Tuesday, October 28, 2003, 9:10:35 PM, you wrote:
> > Umm, this is a fairly easy thing: Install some memory.
> Can anyone assist in identifying what kind of memory the Thinkpad 600x
> Can you buy it in stores?
Here is a link from where you can buy memory:
> > Otherwise your system is very well capable of running Linux.
> > From your other mail:
> > >>A dmesg output
> > >pardon?
> > dmesg is a command entered on shell-level, it outputs the messages the
> > system creates on booting the system
> I try clicking RUN, and typing 'dmesg'. But the desktop remained
> unchanged. It didn't seem anything happened.
> > >Even on a 200Mhz desktop under Windows, notepad would come up in well
> > >under a second.
> > Yes, I guess you're talking Win9x here, but you should compare your RH9
> > to some more up-to-date Win32-Systems here, not some outdated piece of
> > crap ;-)
> Well, if it is very up-to-date Windows software that is only released
> in the last 2-3 years, then trying to run software on a desktop almost
> a decade old is likely more by definition to overload the system. So
> comparison not so fair.
> Best regards,