SUPER openSUSE on old computer (Pentium MMX 200 mHZ!)
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2005 03:08:23 GMT
I currently have SuSE 7.2 on my old (1997) Pentium MMX 200mHZ Gateway
2000 P5-200. I thought I'd try to upgrade it to openSUSE 10.0, just for
the heck of it. I downloaded the SUPER GUI System (with KDE) 1-cd
install ISO. I was able to install it fine on my new computer (custom
built w/ DFI LANPARTY UT Ultra-D motherboard and AMD Athlon 64 3000+).
Anyway, on the old Gateway machine (after waiting about forever) I get a
message "Cannot resolve dependencies automatically. Manual intervention
required". If I click on "software" it (again, after waiting about
forever) tells me there's about a zillion dependencies that are missing.
(Or something like that.)
Any thoughts? Am I just fooling to think I can load SUSE 10 on such an
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