Dapper on PC104

Michael R. Head burner at suppressingfire.org
Sun Mar 4 23:31:38 UTC 2007

On Sun, 2007-03-04 at 15:38 -0600, Brian Fahrlander wrote:
>     Has anyone here had PC104-type experience?  Do ya think Dapper would
> run on a 486 with 32M of RAM? (Those are the cheapest cards I can find.)

No experience, but I would start with the "alternate CD". The Desktop CD
has little chance of operating on this box. I have Debian/etch installed
on Pentium 133 with 32M of RAM, and it's been running fine for quite a
while. At one point it did have a display attached, but now it sits in
the basement handling NAT and port forwarding for the house. It also
runs apache reasonably well, too. It could potentially play mp3s, if it
had a sound card in it anymore. I like mserv and/or gnump3d depending on
your needs (both are packaged in the universe).


>     :)
>     This looks like a lot of fun!
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