Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 9th Nov 2006 10:00 UTC
Syllable, AtheOS The Syllable team has just released Syllable 0.6.2. Highlights: "A new audio framework for the media server, with new and improved audio drivers and support for multichannel and digital audio; a new look, with new fonts, icons and wallpapers; a huge number of translated applications for non-English users; upgrades to important system components and a switch to GCC 4.1.1, which has yielded noticable performance improvements, and much more."
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RE[2]: Re:SMP!
by helf on Thu 9th Nov 2006 16:37 UTC in reply to "RE: Re:SMP!"
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I will. dumb question, will Syllable run ok in 32mb of ram? Thats all my ppro currently has, iv ebeen piecing it together over the last few months. Just got the second CPU and voltage regulator last week. If it wont run in that, I'll go ahead and buy the RAM im watching on ebay.

i have used syllable in probably 8 months... ;)

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RE[3]: Re:SMP!
by Vanders on Thu 9th Nov 2006 16:44 in reply to "RE[2]: Re:SMP!"
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32MB wont be enough. You might be able to boot the installation CD, but the installed system will probably run out of memory before you get to the desktop. The bear minimum I've seen is 48MB, which in practice usually means 64MB installed in the hardware. If you're going to upgrade though, go for at least 128MB; 256MB if you can.

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