Lesser Known Distros you have used.....



brickwizard

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I don't know if you would consider it lesser known,[ but we certainly never seem to get asked about it]
and its not one of my daily distro's , but it did resurrect my 20 yr old acer and that is Emmabuntüs 32 bit, the ISO is a huge 3.5gb [but contains enough drivers to run almost any box from the 90's onwards] min req.
  • 512 MB RAM
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB
  • Pentium processor or equivalent
 

kc1di

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it's now dead, not developed any longer. But used to use Vector linux great little distro that was based on Slackware and used xfce as the DE. Worked great on my older equipment. Wish it had continued.
Vector
 

brickwizard

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not developed any longer. But used to use Vector linux
Yep I had a copy of the last Iso, [one of the many I tried on the Acer]
 
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Here's one that wasn't mentioned.




 

Tolkem

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Satanic Linux https://archiveos.org/ubuntu-satanic/
an Ubuntu based Linux distribution which brings together the best free software and free metal music on one CD.
I wanted to see what metal music was in there, and there were a few good ones. I was a bit curious too, I guess. ;)
 
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