It's very easy to find out, actually:
On boot (right after switching on your box), you should see a memory check - that shows your RAM. However, if that doesn't work, do, the following:
Open a console (terminal, xterm) and type
$ cat /proc/meminfo
Look at MemTotal
; that's the amount of RAM you have.
If it's less then 128MB, I'd not run SuSE
if I were you... It uses KDE as a default, which is already big enough, and if you try to run OpenOffice
along with it, it'll get really nasty (i.e. slow). KOffice is a little slicker - you can use SLAX
to check if your machine would run an optimized KDE
. Anyhow, I don't think SLAX
would run well on less than 128MB with KDE (but it has Fluxbox
, another window manager, so it's very well suited to run on systems with low resources).