You want follow-up, then. Okay.
It's mainly that versatility is preferred. With an internal 2.5" hdd in an enclosure, I have it. Also, I am not...
4 X 1GB PC3200 RAM, as a suggestion.
Oops! Too late!
BTW, I stay away from Toshiba and Hitachi, myself. Samsung is another matter.
work for me
Good job, devyn, bringing all (mostly) the WMs together in one place!
Thanks, Devyn. And thanks, Mit, as well!
As far as adapters go, alfa is one of the best, IMHO
As you found out -- stay away from D-link (and Cisco, I suggest, for security...
Now I feel like you're playing me . . . are you sure not the puppy dude? lol!
I know . . .
this may be the wrong forum in which to place too much criticism on Canonical and 'buntus, judging by the lack of response and a bias in...
/home allows adequate storage space for personal files; also, on reinstall or on installing another different distro, user may save all files for...
Pleae give us the output of the terminal command lspci
swap is shared
Most definitely! In fact, being USB3, your seagate is the best device from which to boot (it pays to give details like this at the beginning). Just...
I have had good experiences, as far as USB sticks go, with Patriot and Lexar Echo.
I stay away from HP and SanDisk, primarily due to POS...
IMHO, best place from which to run Linux is the 16GB USB stick;
I'd reformat it using gparted -- first to ext2, then to the FS preferred -- then...
Why not run say, Puppy Slacko, from a USB stick and save your work to the larger external hard drive? Savefile will allow installation of packages...
A powerful program I would seriously look to help solve your problem is Ceni.
This is a good opportunity (remember: it is not a problem unles one's...
Imgburn is what is needed to burn the ISO file for LinuxLite.
2GB RAM will definitely liven up the old P4 machine -- you'll be happy.
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