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I think a heavily customized arch install would run pretty well on that machine. You would just need to have a basic WM like fvwm, fvwm-crystal, icewm, etc. Use a ...
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    I think a heavily customized arch install would run pretty well on that machine. You would just need to have a basic WM like fvwm, fvwm-crystal, icewm, etc. Use a browser like seamonkey, and it would be fine without upgrading anything.

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    Quake 3 on 200mhz pentium pro

    Quake 1, 2 and 3 ran fine on my old pentium pro with slackware and with redhat linux 4.1 and 5.2.

    Shouldn't have a problem running on your system. My friend used to run them on an amd k-5 150mHz system at even faster frame rates than my pentium pro... used to infuriate me.

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