Hey there, you'll probably find this topic rediculous but I'm being quite serious
What is the optimal linux configuration for Linux running on a 386? I'm mainly concerned with Linux kernel and library versions and anything else that can speed up my 386.
My 386 has pretty high specs (compared to most 386s) so I'm not *that* limited by the hardware.
Processor: AMD 386DX/DXL @ 40MHz
Cache: L1 1kb, L2 64kb
Coprocessor: IIT 387DX @ 40MHz
RAM: 32mb SIMM
SCSI Controller: Adaptec 152x
Hard drives: 2x IBM DGHS04Z 4.5gig (SCSI)
I'm currently using the Slackware Linux distro with kernel version 2.2.19.
I'd appreciate any help, thanks