On Fri, Oct 2, 2009 at 21:43, Brian Lavender <firstname.lastname@example.org
> I installed moblin and I am really impressed. I boosted my Mini 9 to 2
> Gigs of RAM, and it flies. The whole interface is different. I installed
> the Dell/Canonical custom spin. It is built for the Mini 10v, but the
> from what I can see, the Mini 9 has the same specs. It's just smaller!
> It must be the SSE3 instruction set that makes things work so well. Or,
> maybe it is this extra Gig of RAM. I believe the intel 950 graphics uses
> shared memory? Anyway, I am impressed! I guess that is contrary to what
> you found?
> On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 06:31:15AM -0700, Michael Cheselka wrote:
>> Hello Brian,
>> I've used both and they're both great. Moblin boots incredibly fast.
>> They both suffer from an urge to strip things down. I'm referring to
>> special compilations of firefox that are stripped down because you
>> "only" have 1GB of ram on a 1.6Ghz machine... Please people!!!
>> Give me the real firefox!!!!! It's so stupid. These are netbooks
>> not palmtops running with 128MB of ram on a 400Mhz low electrical
>> use cpus.
>> Other than that complaint it's all good. There's no harm in trying them
>> Michael Cheselka
>> On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 23:45, Brian Lavender <email@example.com
>> > Has anyone tried it? Or any comments on it? I see that Dell is selling
>> > the Mini 10v with it.
>> > http://www.ubuntu.com/news/canonical-dell-deliver-ubuntu-moblin-remix
>> > It appears that it should run on the Mini 9.
>> > brian
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