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Old 11-09-2004, 01:31 PM   #1
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Fedora Core on 32MB RAM

I know that the minimum system for Fedora Core 3 is a 200Mhz processor, 64MB RAM, and 640 MB Hard Disk space. But I was wondering if there's a way to install it on my laptop (see vectorlinux laptop in signature). If I can get it installed I don't think there will be much trouble using it if I use the Xfce Window Manager (included with FC3) and other light programs. I like VectorLinux but Fedora Core is my favorite. Please let me know if there are any special steps required to achieve this feet. I do know that I would have to do a text install but that doesn't worry me any.

PS is there a way to intialize the swap partition before installation, because if I can use the swap partition (128 MB) already on my hard drive it might resolve any errors from running out of memory.


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