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Bodhi: A New Lightweight Distro

I was recently informed about a new distribution aimed at old hardware. That distro is Bodhi. With minimum hardware requirements coming in at a 300 MHz i386 for the processor, 128 MB RAM, and 1.5 GB for hard-drive space, this … Continue reading

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Finding Your Favorite Flavor

When choosing a Linux distribution, there are several things to take into account, but often, newcomers get stuck on details that don’t necessarily matter. I know this for a fact, because I used to be one of them. So how do you sift through the myriad of options out there and pick the one that’s right for you? That’s exactly what I’m going to help you with right now. Continue reading

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Puppies and Penguins

Typically, I prefer traditional Linux distributions…. In the few instances where a traditional distribution won’t work or for whatever reason, isn’t appropriate, I have two suggestions: Puppy Linux and Damn Small Linux. Continue reading

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What’s Your Favorite Flavor?

This may be a little on the self-serving side, but if everyone will play along, it might be interesting…. I would like to know exactly what distribution of Linux different people are using, and more importantly, why. Continue reading

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