Re: Woody on 486 problem
Ron Johnson wrote:
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On 02/16/07 14:45, Mike McCarty wrote:
DSL and Slackware aren't that large, are they? Especially with a
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Slackware Linux doesn't require an extremely powerful system to run
(though having one is quite nice :). It will run on systems as far back
as the 486. Below is a list of minimum system requirements needed to
install and run Slackware.
* 486 processor
* 16MB RAM (32MB suggested)
* 100-500 megabytes of hard disk space for a minimal and around
3.5GB for full install
* 3.5" floppy drive
Additional hardware may be needed if you want to run the X Window System
at a usable speed or if you want network capabilities.
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Adding a few hundred megabytes of disc is not appealing to me,
especially since it can't be done. The smallest disc these
days is around 100 Gig. I wonder why it won't run on a 386?
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