"When people talk about Linux on old hardware, they generally
mean hardware a year or two old, stuff that is still pretty useful.
The hardware in question is in good shape, reasonably well
maintained, and possesses decent specs--perhaps it's even an old
server. For this series, however, we'll be setting our sights a
"Enter, stage left, an old Gateway box (I mean no disrespect for
Gateway). In October of 1997, I spent nearly $3,000 on what was at
the time a top-of-the-line laptop. Boasting a Pentium 133, 32 MB of
high-speed SDRAM, and an 800x600 TFT LCD display, the machine had
1.15 MB of video memory--just enough to allow 16-bit color at the
800x600 resolution of its on-screen display..."
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