[Scribus] x64 compilation
Thu Jan 15 02:05:03 CET 2004
> Perhaps it's worth creating a part of the documentation with 'Hardware
> for Scribus' recommendations..? I'm planning to buy a new custom PC for
> use as a DTP workstation in the next month or so, so I can post my
> specs for comment and a review of my final machine if that would be
> useful :)
If you're buying a box, avoid the crap from the box pushers (likes of PC
World/Dixons in the UK) - go to a local independant. Specify the
hardware and ensure you say you don't want an OS on the drive.
P3-450 (P2-700 at a push!)
128Mb memory (more the merrier)
About 10Mb on the HD for the final binary & libs
I would recommend that if you have this sort of box, you use the 2.6.1
* avoid like the plague on board video. Slows things down, especially on
a poor quality mobo.
At work it looks like we have to buy from Centerprise. These bunch of
idiots wouldn't know how to make a good computer if you bitslapped them
for a month. I have only ever known one brand of machine which won't
install Linux in a graphic mode - and it's theirs.
Centerprise == PC World own brand
Me, I insist on Gigabyte mobos, decent DDR memory and a GF4 440TX
One OS to fool them all
One browser to find them
One email client to bring them all
And through security holes, blind them...
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