> Age is 71 years younger than am I!
i understand THAT!
> I am surprised to find 10.3 still in use. I had it and it worked like a
> charm; I thought that one must update as 10.3 would not be supported.
right, it does work like a charm…i tried 11.0 and it didn’t work
you are right 10.3 ages out of support at the this week…i’m not
afraid (from a security standpoint) of running it connected to the net
24x7 for as long as it takes for me to make up my mind what i want to
do next…and, then do it (i’m leaning toward Windows Vista…just
joking…leaning toward SLED, Debian, CentOS, BSD…but, plan to give
11.2 a shot at it…
i’ll buy and install a new hard drive, remove the old drive, and see
how it goes…if it does not, i’ll do something different…
> I cannot find any RAM entry . Is cache the same - 256 KB?
no, cache probably refers to the CPU cache…
to learn your main memory RAM, in a terminal type
and, hit enter…the result gives many numbers, the one we are
interested in will be at the intersection of Mem: and total…mine
(below) shows i have 1,035,716 megs of main memory RAM (aka: 1 GB)
total used free shared buffers
Mem: 1035716 1021736 13980 0 90256
you may be interested in the official hardware requirements for
palladium - a 1946 model earthling