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Re: [vox-tech] Redhat-8.0.93 (phoebe-2) mini-review
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Re: [vox-tech] Redhat-8.0.93 (phoebe-2) mini-review

That's good news; I was wondering how 845g support was
progressing.  What X release does RH have in there?

Rod Roark, Sunset Systems     http://www.sunsetsystems.com/
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On Tuesday 21 January 2003 07:26 pm, Bill Broadley wrote:
> Figured some might be interested.  I'm working on a thin client (no disk
> drive) for a semi-public lab of 30 machines.
> We bought 30 thin clients (p4-2.0 Ghz/512 MB ram, no hard drive, on
> board graphics via i845g, DVI out).
> I was very pleasantly surprised to find quite a few improvements:
> 1. dvips is fixed (most tetex packages broke dvips -P after the last
>    security update)
> 2. Anti-aliased as well as sub-pixel fonts work (the i845G lack of RENDER
>    support caused a memory leak before)
> 3. 3D works, 60-70 fps at chromium, 840-950 ish fps at glxgears.
> 4. Mozilla comes with XFT enabled (anti-aliasing)
> Nothing too exciting, a nice set of improvements.

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