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Recently purchased a Mark Sobel book that includes FEDORA . The book implies that the OS will not run on my 'old' 486 processor. I always thought
that Linux could be made to run on this older hardware.
Can this be done?
Thanks in advance.
any i386/i486 iso will install and run. I thought fedora had i386 iso's though. The speed will be less than impressive, I would look into a lighter distro. Maybe Debian, Vector, or Slack though personally.