View Poll Results: What distro would you most recommend for low spec or older hardware?
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There is also Lowarch for i568 processors. I think the project is dead but you can still find some ISO files on the Internet (google for "lowarch linux"). I also ...
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- 01-04-2011 #11
There is also Lowarch for i568 processors. I think the project is dead but you can still find some ISO files on the Internet (google for "lowarch linux").
I also prefer Arch because it's so customizable. It's just a base system and then you can set up exactly what you need.Refining Linux Advent calendar: “24 Outstanding ZSH Gems”
- 01-05-2011 #12
- 01-30-2011 #13
Bodhi linux is based on ubuntu, but with the enlightenment desktop and only basic aps. It is should run on 128 MB RAM with a 300Mhz i386. (minimum requirements)
Second would be Slitaz.Charles
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- 01-31-2011 #14
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- Big River, Sask, Canada
I use AntiX 8.5-486 and Slitaz on old hardware.Registered Linux User #420832
- 01-31-2011 #15
- 02-04-2011 #16
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two thumbs up on PUPPY LINUX for old pcs.
still trying to hammer out wireless, but all else excellent!