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My school recently acquired a goldmine (or landmine...) of several ancient decommisioned military laptops. They have 2.2 GB HDs, 166 MHz Pentiums, and 32MB of RAM. Easy: install Linux. Problem: the tech director at my school currently uses a Windows network and is a Mac addict, and wants to start with Win98 on these and upgrade to 2000. That's terrifying to me. Unfortunately, I can't exactly put OS X on these, although I really can't touch the hard drives (which are wiped clean) anyway. My thought was to get a LiveCD distro and show how easily a minilab of these could be set up, but I don't know which one is best for these. Could someone reccomend one, or maybe just tell me to get a real distro (no offense to LiveCDs) and install it temporarily?