Ubuntu in Low-End Systems (was Re: [Ubuntu-PH] Mounting harddrives)
arlantiu at gmail.com
Wed Aug 24 01:00:16 UTC 2005
I installed UBUNTU in a P4 machine that's why I don't have any
problem. So if ever, I'll try to install it in a Celeron 633 but the
memory is only 64mb. :(
Anyway, I'll check the links that you gave me.
On 8/24/05, Ealden Esto E. Escañan <ealden at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/24/05, Arlan Tiu <arlantiu at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Whoa, thanks for the script.
> > I'm still getting use to linux commands, I can't still understand the
> > script that you gave but I'm studying it. :D
> > Thanks for the help.
> > Another question, will UBUNTU Intel x86 edition will run on Intel
> > Celeron 633 processor?
> Hi Arlan,
> A Celeron 633 should be enough for Ubuntu (or Linux distributions in
> general). The deal breaker perhaps is the amount of RAM that is
> available in the system. I _think_ that 256MB is a _comfortable_
> amount for Ubuntu, since the desktop environment it uses, GNOME, is
> _relatively_ heavy. Here is a link on running Ubuntu on low-memory
> PS: hopefully, this will not turn into another lightweight desktop thread =P
>  http://www.binonabiso.com/en/Ubuntu-miniRAM-HOWTO.html
>  http://archives.free.net.ph/message/20050725.152627.ab9c2a07.en.html
> Ealden Esto E. Escañan
> ealden at gmail dot com
Arlan R. Tiu
Computer Teacher / I.T. Head
St. Peter the Apostle School
1260 Pres. Quirino Ave. Ext., Paco, Manila, Philippines
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