Re: SOLVED Re: Lenny won't install on an old Pentium that used to run Etch. Try 2
> Discussing this has inspired me to put another line on my hobby list, I
> will eventually drag out an old P1 100MHz I have and try loading Lenny on
> it. Or, maybe I shouldn't thank you for that, it's not like I don't
> already have enough projects. <chuckle>
FWIW, I find that running Lenny on a 64MB machine is bearable but
slowish, and Etch was already "too slow" on a 32MB machine. So make
sure you have enough RAM.
For very simple uses, it works with less RAM, but as soon as you need to
"apt-get install" or "apt-get upgrade" the memory limit becomes severe.