Re: Install on small HDD
From: Dr Balwinder Singh Dheeman (bsd.sanspam_at_cto.homelinux.net)
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 00:30:37 +0530
On 01/13/2005 10:59 PM, Maria Ripanykhazova wrote:
> I have used knoppix 3.1 with varying degrees of success (finding it a
> user-friendly system?) and now have a
> Compaq Armada M700 Pentium 111 with only a 700 Meg hard drive.
Try *Ubuntu*, both a Live CD and Install CD images are available from:
You may request free Ubuntu CD's online at: http://shipit.ubuntulinux.org/
To install Ubuntu, you should have at least 32 MB of RAM, at least 1.8
GB space on your hard disk for a standard Ubuntu desktop system, or at
least 350 MB for a minimal custom installation.
I have not tested these fully as yet, but their Live CD is based on
Morphix, which again is based on Knoppix otherwise.
Hope that helps.
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