alexander.dalloz at uni-bielefeld.de
Mon Apr 19 16:32:02 UTC 2004
Am Mo, den 19.04.2004 schrieb Martin Stone um 18:07:
> Sorry if I was harsh - but I was referring to your single-word "No." post. Why
> would you post that? What you write here is much more helpful. As for my own
> experience, like I said, I don't have any personally with Linux/Fedora, but I
> know that I was able to get an improvement on a similar OS, and I know that
> others have reported that improvements were possible under Linux. So I gave him
> info and pointers that I thought would help him investigate what he wanted to
> know, rather than a one-word "shut up" answer.
It was maybe because I was in a bad mood ;/ In common I am not
unfriendly. At least I hope so.
It is that with the keyword "tweaking" all bells go on at me. It comes
from Windows[tm] area where it seems usual to feel kind of cool/leet if
being able to change default parameters in the registry, whether that
really changes anything to better or worse and whether to understand
what is changed or not. I already had enough discussions with such
"tweakers", already in former ISDN times when they intended to get more
than the usual 7,5 up to 8 KB/sec from their line.
Maybe my one word reply was harsh and inequitable in a way too. But the
question woke up all experience. At least if someone can not report any
problems or complaints about bad speed, that indicates to me no real
need for any change.
Finally, to be more accurate, here the URI for something more useful, as
it explains things:
especiall part 5 might be interesting for the OP, accessable too through
Alexander Dalloz | Enger, Germany | GPG key 1024D/ED695653 1999-07-13
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