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    Which Distro


    Which distro should I use??

    Pentium III 667MHz, 256 MB Ram
    Need PC Linux OS, Lock computer can run wine
    Easy to use
    Capable of Dual Boot with Windows 98


    ALso, which distro supports the most apps?? If I get a linux app will it work on all distros or just one???

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    Quote Originally Posted by devils_casper

    G2G, ill look when i get time, but i really wannt an opinion...

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    i checked a lot of your other posts. you are asking for opinions again and again.
    best way is download any light distro like DSL, PuppyLinux etc and "TRY YOURSELF". if you got specific problem, ask here.





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