Re: What is the most "stable" version of Linux for 68k
> I don't need a lot of features. I just need something that will boot,
> accept SSH connections, and allow me to dependably export an NFS share.
> I need something that will stay up without a lot of maintenance or
Use the current stable, or better even the version before that, to install
(old versions do cope well with low RAM situations). From that, you can
dist-upgrade stepwise (don't try to skip a release on dist-upgrade unless
you known damn well what to expect).