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Old 06-27-2020, 06:23 AM   #61
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I run very satisfactory the latest Plasma5 with elogind from a Slackware -current installed in a 64GB Sandisk Ultra SD-card put in a USB 3.0 adapter.

The box is a mini-pc model MinisForum Z83-F sporting a quad-core Intel Atom X5-Z8350 at a whooping 1440 MHz and 4GB DDR3 at 1066MHz.

How this Plasma5 performs absolutely decently in a box driven by a ferocious 2W TDP processor designed for tablets, I do not believe anymore those stories about Plasma5 being not ready yet for prime time in Slackware.

I honestly think that the Plasma5 is ready for prime time - at last the classic X11/Plasma5.

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