Are all of the New Releases of Linux (RedHat, Slackware, Debian, etc)
optimized for Pentium machines? I've been looking at a CD pack on
cheapbytes, and if all of this isn't going to run that well on my 486
then I'm wondering what would be my point of getting these later
releases. The version of RedHat that I'm running works fine, but...It
would be nice to have the later libraries for some programs that I would
like to run. Trying to ftp them has been very disappointing, due to my
ISP and stalls on ftp.
Thanks for any information you can provide.
Pat - La Grande,OR. - ppridgen <at> greencis <dot> net
RedHat 5.2 - Warp 3.0 FixPak 40 dual boot. Windows??...bwahahahaha