On Fri, Oct 15, 1999 at 05:28:57AM -0500, John_White at dell.com mentioned:
> <don't remember who the original poster was>
>> I have an old slackware distribution (kernel 1.1.59) that ran quite well on
> an AMD 386sx40 with 4MB ram. It was a little slow booting, but once up was
> quite happy (I never tried X on it though). If you want a copy, mail me.
Point to note: I did have a friend that was running Slackware with a 1.2.3
kernel on a 486DX2. Tryed to compile a kernel, while in X.
After eight hours, it burned out the swap partition of the hard disk. As
in, he needed to replace the drive, as any accesses to that partition
started stalling/hanging the disk!
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