I know that this is a hackintosh community, but i was just wondering who still uses linux on old hardware. Here's my IBM ThinkPad T43. Anyone got one older?
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I always look to spread out the best from my computers old or new ...
With a proper Sw every pc will make the difference running faster, smooth and stable.
I never pretend to run the last os ( upgrade , upgrade , upgrade) on my Pc.
I want a pc that boots fast, respond to my needs quickly and never crashes.
Linux and Os x are my preferred choices.
Win Xp and Windows7 too , but i removed a lost of unused stuff making a very light weight Os
and different from original.
My Win Xp run in 200 mb of ram and have only 18 services.
LOL! I do have a netbook flawlessy running Windows 8 though but it does have a atom
NT kernel fully supports the Atom though. Even the oldest Atom supports the required extensions Windows 8 needs. It's the resolution and memory that kills it.
well it has a gma 950 running at FULL speed instead of the underclocked 166mhz... and 2 gb ram
In my basement I still have my first PC from fall 1998. A Dell XPS350 with Windows 98 and Mandrake or Suse Linux, if I remember correctly.
i have Netbook LG x110. 1 GB RAM, Atom processor.
which linux distribution would recommend me?
I'm not expert in Linux.
But i use it in 2008 and in that time i have a very old machine... I used Ubuntu 6 and RedHat(i forget about wich version i used)
My old machine had:
CPU: Intel Pentium 4
GPU: GFX FX 5500 256mb
Mobo: Gigabyte(i forget the model)
I hope it help Allan.
thanks i will try it.
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