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SubjectRe: [RFC][PATCH] Re: Linux 2.4.4-ac10

> > IMVHO every developer involved in memory-management (and indeed, any
> > software development; the authors of ntpd comes in mind here) should
> > have a 386 with 4MB of RAM and some 16MB of swap. Nowadays I have the
> > luxury of a 486 with 8MB of RAM and 32MB of swap as a firewall, but it's
> > still a pain to work with.
> You're absolutely right. The smallest thing I'm testing with
> on a regular basis is my dual pentium machine, booted with
> mem=8m or mem=16m.
> Time to hunt around for a 386 or 486 which is limited to such
> a small amount of RAM ;)

Buy agenda handheld: 16MB flash, 8MB ram, X, size of palm. It is
definitely more sexy machine than average 486. [Or get philips velo 1,
if you want keyboard ;-)]
The best software in life is free (not shareware)! Pavel
GCM d? s-: !g p?:+ au- a--@ w+ v- C++@ UL+++ L++ N++ E++ W--- M- Y- R+
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