Thanks for the tips guys.
I'm finding the new Slackware is picky about booting on such things though (even from floppy) and Deli is essentially a light Slack 7.1 anyway.
I will try the Debian route though - perhaps a past version.
Parting note: I have yet to find a box Deli doesnt work on. It's pretty sweet for dinosaurs.
I highly recommend it.
I was just hoping there was something else out there like it that I hadnt heard of.
The last 2 boxes I put it on were P133s - 1 with 32mb ram, and one with 72mb.
Both run fast and sweet.
Heck, its dev's test machine was a 486 laptop with 16mb ram!
Vector seems to be kinda finicky though lol (at least the recent versions).
I have 4 boxes of my own ranging from a 433mhz P2 to a 2.4ghz P4 and it wouldnt recognize one thing or another on ANY of them.
Libranet and Mepis did great on em anyway.