Re: Installing muLinux...

From: Brett G. Castleberry (
Date: Sat Mar 25 2000 - 06:26:15 CET

(Would it be by creating a set of muLinux disks and
cloning them to the HD of the 386?)
(Also, if you can recommend a better
version of Linux for this task please feel free to tell me ;)
For a 386/8mb box? Possibly monkey Linux, (6 floppies). but nothing's been
done with it for a while. Or, with 1 gb, if you can download and don't need
X, ZipSlack. But try muLinux, you'll like it!
    If the latest stable release doesn't work, try one of the older releases
(4.0, 5.7, 6.4). Correct me please, anyone, if I'm wrong, but after (I
think), 5.7, if you want the Lynx browser, you have to install the EXT
add-on disk.

Brett G. Castleberry
Tallahassee, Florida

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