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Re: RFC - Fedora on old hardware



Subject: Re: RFC - Fedora on old hardware
From: "Benjamin J. Weiss" <benjamin birdvet org>
Date: Mon, 03 Jan 2005 07:51:39 -0600

mark wrote:
<snip>
So, I'd like some comments: should I go to Fedora 2 or 3? Is it the case that with 2, it started using kernel 2.6? If so, do I have to worry about speed, or memory size?
 >
I used to use LRP (linux router project), a router and firewall on a floppy, on a 486 with 16 megs of ram and four NIC's. The project is now

<G>
<snip>
If you have a bootable CDROM on that thing, you could burn the image onto a CD...

Thing is a) I'd like to see if I want to stay with Redhat/Fedora, and b)
I want to upgrade to handle bug fixes and security patches in one swell
foop.

	mark
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