On Thu, Nov 30, 2000 at 11:44:43PM -0000, Wesley Walsh wrote:
> I was recently given an old Compaq 386 with 1mb of ram. I was wondering if
> there is a Linux distribution around that I could get "Ticking Over" on this
> machine. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
go hunt down an ancient linux distribution like sls or slackware. 2.2.x
is pretty much out of the question since i remember a 2.1.late discussion
about linux being trimmed down to 2.5meg.
minix might be another option to consider. i've run it on a 640k 286(ish)
and it did quite well.
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