Now that I have a PC at home, its time to move beyond the MKS stuff and
really install some form of UNIX. Linux looks good, but the problem is:
1. I'm not looking to shell out plenty of money; in particular
I have NO intention of buying a CD-ROM player, therefore I
need to find a floppy distributor, preferably one who will
deal by mail.
2. I don't have a huge configuration -- just an old 386 (American
Megatrends) with a Weitek coprocessor, 5MB RAM, and 2 100 MB
hard drives. Luckily, I have no desire to run X-Windows --
the most computationally-intensive programs I intend to run
are groff and gcc (maybe g++).
So, can anyone recommend a distribution or distributor appropriate for my
situation? Should I pack up and look elsewhere? Or what?
Thanks to all,
Michael S. Zraly | "Do not meddle in the affairs