Re: Is 64MB enough?
On 9 May 05 11:18:12 GMT, John Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm a total Linux newbie who'd like to install Linux on my really old PC. It
> has 64MB of RAM and a 4GB hard disk. The installation documentation I've
> read at debian.org seems to indicate that this is sufficient. Is that right?
If you want to set it up as a desktop system you will be pushing your
luck. It can be done but you will learn to live with swapping.
As a home server (firewall/router/gateway/fileserver, no GUI) it will
be just fine.
It would also be more than adequate as a thin client.
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