Interesting statistic #2 - Stock wattOS-R7 32bit loads on a P4 512MB Dell tower in 31.2 seconds and consumes 92MB of RAM while idle. Stock Microwatt loads on the same machine in 25.1 seconds and consumes 75MB of RAM....lastly just to show you what horsepower can do...wattOS R7-64 bit loads on my daily work laptop which is a core-i7 machine (Sandy Bridge) with SSD drives to desktop in 4.9 seconds. - That makes me happy.
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There is 80 pages of members here. I have look to all of them and send many friends request to any profile that seems interesting to me. Don't worry I come here because I enjoy WATTOS and I do it to help in any technical issue. ( I don't pretend to know and understand every things but I'm sure others to will help as possible )
OK, running the i386 version of Saline OS from a USB drive (typing this from it as I write) and first impression is good. Must do a little testing on it's performance on this lappy (HP Pavilion dv6700).
One note ... I had to add "wlan0" via preferences in wicd to get the wireless network connected.
Old Man Zhymm
Well, Chris ... with a write-up like that I'll have to give Saline a look-see. Now, where's that spare USB drive I have sitting around?
Chris, are you using the i386 version or the amd64 version of Saline?
Old Man Zhymm