On the train to Princeton.
A couple ideas to fix my brand new, and damm' slow, Linux operating system:
In this hypothesis, I could call the applications just typing their name on the command line..
I could use this chance when I do not need to run "strange" programs, but just the usual two-three programs, that would anyway run with a "friendly" visual interfare: Konqueror, Kmail, Soffice... or eventually the pdf viewer. It shouldn't be hard, learning their names, to recall'em.
Hoping that ghis way they can run faster. But what, if the programs do not run with the graphical intreface, because the graphical interface itself ("x") is not activated?
Basically, I should try to be able not to have KDE running.
I think that the "x" server should run anyway.
Definitely, it would be a kind of annoying, installing from zero a previous version of Linux, which would probably make the machine run faster...
Moreover, should I install, in that scenario, all old versions of apps (like an old Open Office etc.)?