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    What is the smallest version of linux. I'm going to install linux on a computer with:
    cpu 133Mhx
    ram 80MB
    hdd 2GB

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    What connections does the computer have?
    if it has a network conenction, a version of debian ( with a 2.2 kernel should run on it nicely. you can download some driver disks and do the rest of the install over the internet.

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    Vector Linux is very small, and is fully functional.
    AMD Athlon 2200+ 1.8Ghz
    1280MB PC-3200 CAS2.5 RAM
    ATI Radeon 9600 Pro 128MB AGP
    Western Digital WDC WD2500JB-00FUA0 250GB 7200 rpm ATA/133
    Seagate ST3200822A 200GB 7200 rpm ATA/133
    Western Digital WDC WD1200BB-00CAA1 120GB 7200 rpm ATA/133
    Western Digital WDC WD800BB-00CAA1 80GB 7200 rpm ATA/133
    Maxtor OneTouch 2HA43R32 1TB 7200 rpm USB 2.0
    D-Link DFE-530TX+ 10/100 NIC
    D-Link DWL-G520 Rev.A
    Debian 5.0r1 Lenny

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    I just installed slack 8 on a laptop that had a smaller hdd. i just didn't install KDE or Gnome. I used fvwm95 as the window manager and it worked slick as heck.

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    fvwm95... ick. FLUXBOX!!!
    AMD Athlon XP 2500+<br />DFI NFII Ultra Infinity(gigabyte sucks)<br />OCZ 2 x 512 PC3200<br />ATI Radeon AIW 9600 PRO<br />16x DVD-Rom (not in use)<br />LG 8x DVD-Burner<br />LG 40x12x40 CD-RW<br />WD 120GB<br />420W PSU<br />Tweaked out case<br />:)

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    I had Mandrake 9.1 running on P133, 32MB, 1.5GB hdd. It ran real slow, I tried not to log into X with it, and all I used was BlackBox. Now that same machine is running OpenBSD 3.3 as a firewall.

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