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Distribution: Phat Linux (sept. 22, 2002 release);Current OS - WinXP SP2
No longer maintained
n/m, its a waste of $$ (don't get it!) and time plus I just found out that its no longer a maintained distro, besides I think I know the problem - I need an older PC one that uses i386 - it recognizes mine as a i686.
That's not the problem, i386 is the base architecture the code is compiled for, but it'll quite happily run on an i686. The problem is that it's old - driver support will be flaky - you'd be far better off doing an install of Knoppix to the hard disk, or similar.