This popped up on /. today. It's a project to add an install option to
RH which will let users on older/slower/smaller kit install a working
system (the feeling being that too many distros nowadays seem to assume
everyone has 1.8GHz systems with 120Gb disks, 1400x1152 screens, and
private 2Mb net connections).
If you have Linux running on older/slower/smaller kit you might think
of recording your spec, setup, and settings, especially things like
your partitions and usage, XF86Config file, and any tweaks you needed
to make to get mice, keyboards, disks, modems, etc running which were
different from standard because of age/speed/size (broken down by age
and sex, as they say about survey pollsters :-).
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