Linked by Peter Olsen on Tue 25th Mar 2003 00:41 UTC
Linux The new Yellow Dog Linux 3.0 brings recent Linux user interface improvements to the PowerPC architecture. Smooth, anti-aliased fonts and the clean, refined style of Red Hat's Blue Curve theme make this a beautiful creation to look at. There are screenshots here, though they aren't big enough to really do it justice.
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by stew on Mon 24th Mar 2003 20:46 UTC

Red Hat recommends a fast Pentium (166 or 200 Mhz) for text-based operations and at least 128 MB and 400 MHz for X11 graphical operations.
It's funny, how a couple of years ago people said one should have at least 8MB RAM for X11...I used it with 16MB, running WindowMaker. I remember when KDE appeared and recommended a whole 24MB - swapped like crazy with 16MB.