Re: Linux distro for older PC?
- From: ray <ray@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2007 09:28:16 -0700
On Fri, 16 Nov 2007 15:54:11 +0100, Pete T. wrote:
I have a PIII600 with 384 MB RAM W2K system and about 19 GB unused HD
What would be a suitable, easy to use and well supported free Linux
distro for a W2K/Linux dual boot system, preferably with a live cd, so
that I can have a look first?
On a 600 you can run just about any distro you want. If you find the
regular desktops (Gnome or KDE) a little sluggish you might want to try
XFCE, Enlightenment or one of the other 'lighter' alternatives.
Really, what you have is not very constraining. You might try Ubuntu - it
should load and run fine - the install CD is also a Live CD.
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