Is there something i'm missing here (WAS Which version of Debian will run on my system?)
surely you could run even a 2.4 kernel on a 386 with 8 Mb of ram?
I thought it was the Window managers and applications you chose to ran on linux that dicated the hardware specs.. not the distribution version?
if i'm wrong i'd better find out why because it means i'm worng about a lot of stuff.....
At 06:41 PM 8/17/2000 -0400, Michael Soulier wrote:
> The latest stable is 2.2. You're machine is more powerful than
>mine, and I'm running 2.2 with no performance problems.
>On Thu, 17 Aug 2000, Richard Swen wrote:
>> I am very new to Linux and would like to know the best
>> version of Debian to install on my computer.
>> p3 550mhz
>> 128megs of ram
>> vodoo 3 3000
>> soundblaster live
>> 3com 3c905c
>> Maxtor 13.0gig UDMA/66
>> ABIT BE-6 II Motherboard
>> IOMEGA 250MB Zip Drive
>> 3com 56K Fax/Voice/Data Modem
>> Thank you,
>> Richard Swen
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