Re: Peanut Linux
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 16:50:19 GMT
> raf wrote:
>> Dapper Dan wrote:
>>>I'm trying to install Peanut Linux om my old Pentium 120 Mhz, I can't
>>>seem to find any other general distro than Peanut that can fit my 1.2 Gb
>>>harddrive any suggestions?
>>>Since it's a pretty old computer I can't select that it should boot up
>>>from the CD drive.
>>>So I have looked around for a boot disk that would work, but found none.
>>>In Red Hat for example you can manke a boot disk with rawrite from the
>>>bootdisk.img that is on the CD but I can't see that there are any thing
>>>like it on the Peanut CD.
>>>So what should I do?
>>>p.s.apologies for any spelling errors d.s.
>> Try slackware 4.
> Peanut takes 1,084 MB on my system. Other distros that take even less
> include, Slax, Feather, DSlinux. But I think they all require the
> ability to boot from a CD.
I was really happy with Vector on a small machine. The newest stays
below 700 MB. Slackware based. It seemed very stable.