I used this very guide:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Insta ... orySystems
Oh Yessx66gns wrote: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Insta ... orySystems
I installed a commmand line system , Added X .... added only the dependencies & programs I needed ..... If I'm not mistaken this is essentially what the old schoolers had to do back in the day
The new 5400 drives actually consume less power than old 4200 drives did. I stuck a new 5400 drive in my old vaio and it's amazing how much faster it runs now.bobpur wrote:I used to have an old IBM Thinkpad 390E from about 1999 or so. At first, I maxed out the memory to 256 mb and added a bigger harddrive (4.3 gb to 40 gb) and used the old 4.3 gb drive in an enclosure as additional storage. BTW, The old drive was 4200 rpm and the 40 gb drive is 5400 rpm drive. That makes a difference.
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