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Make mine a Lite, a MEPISLite

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MEPISLite 3.3.1-2, a late beta version, is designed from the ground-up to be a fully functional Linux system that will run on a Windows 98 class machine. It is reported to run on as little as a Pentium II system with 128MB of RAM and a 2GB hard drive.

I believe it.

There are, of course, many other small Linux distributions. Zenwalk (formerly Minislack), Puppy Linux, and Damn Small Linux, to name a few. All have their fans.

Still, I think MEPISLite deserves anyone's attention.

For starters, it is a complete desktop Linux system. You're not going to sit down at MEPISLite and find yourself wishing for functionality that's not there.

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