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Posted on 14-02-07 23:12
Alright, so I got this little, itty bitty junker of a computer(6 gigs, w00t for me) so i'm thinking i'll use it for practice, and maybe a shell, but its got Windows 2000 or whatever on it, which looks/is crap for me. So I decided on Linux....I just don't know which to choose. Right now I have it running with SuSe(borrowed it from a friend). Anything better, or is SuSe good enough?


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Posted on 15-02-07 07:57
Yes, for example Suse or Ubuntu work good for beginners. If you want you can advance when you've learned the basics, and switch to another distro Wink


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Posted on 15-02-07 08:20
SUSE would be great..


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Posted on 16-02-07 07:10
Its not a very well known Distro but a few might have heard of it. Its called PClinuxOs im running it on a ASUS L1400 with 1 Ghz processor 128 MB of ram and a 20 gig HDD and it runs pretty smoothly. Its easy as to install and is stronlgy based on madriva so its a pretty good distro


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Posted on 19-02-07 17:39
I've got a similar laptop (as far as specs go Compaq 1600s Presario) and I've got FreeBSD 6.2 up and running on it like a champ. Other distro's I have had on this laptop include Slackware 10.2, RedHat9, and Debian 2.2. The only issues I've had is when trying to load a heavier GUI frontend like Gnome or KDE, so Fluxbox is my window manager and it runs great.


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Posted on 20-02-07 16:50
u could try xubuntu, its based on ubuntu.It uses x desktop manager and its designed for low spec comuters.
Check it out - www.xubuntu.org