On Tue, Jan 07, 2003 at 02:30:57PM -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I have a VERY, VERY old laptop (1.9 Megs of memory IBM), and I was 
> wondering if I could get FreeBSD 1 for it. If so, where? Thanks! 
> lattera
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What type of processor does it have?  1.9MB of RAM is not very much.
Even PicoBSD, the single floppy version of FreeBSD, would like to have
8MB of memory.  I have serious doubts that you will be able to get
virtually anything to run in 1.9MB of memory.  I could be wrong, and if
someone knows of a tiny OS that will run under these conditions I'd be
curious to know about it.  I have recently been looking around at some
tiny Linux installations, but even those absolutely require at least 4MB
of memory.


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