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muhammad at taqisystems.com
Thu Nov 7 08:56:51 PST 2013
I remember irix pretty well on that. :)
On 11/08/2013 12:38 AM, Nikolai Lifanov wrote:
> On 11/07/13 10:57, charles wrote:
>> I don't write often on the mailing list, but this time I wanted to share
>> with you my feelings about Dragonfly BSD. I've been following the
>> project since a few years, trying regularly every new release.
>> I've seen the 3.6 version will be released soon, so I used a daily build
>> to try it out, and WOW ! One sentence could resume it all: I can use
>> KDE4 on my intel laptop, and even restart X.
>> The switch to "pkgng" is very nice, I could had installed everything
>> easily, no need to find a repository or configure the tool. No need to
>> install the ports.
>> The desktop performance is amazing, it's very smooth, even when
>> installing packages or copying data from the network. I just tried
>> OpenBSD 5.4 before, and the system just hangs when you access the disk
>> too much.
>> I just want to thanks everyone who worked hard on this version ! Keep
>> up the good work !
>> Charles RAPENNE
> I second that. Tiered scheduler means that even under load of 56 on a 4
> core system, I can still read my email and get interactive work done in
> comfort. Also, HAMMER (1) performs stunningly-well for what it does,
> whether on low memory or high memory machines.
> - Nikolai Lifanov
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