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Installing on a very old laptop
Hi, i'm new to all this linux stuff, and i'm trying to breath some new life into an old Toshiba 3110CT laptop.
Its a P2, 128MB ram, 4GB harddrive
and from what i've read i think i'd like to go with macpup - unless anyone has reasons not to...
Now the question is, how do i do a network install?
A few years back i managed to squeeze windows xp onto this thing, but its just too slow.
It will not boot from CD or USB.
any suggestions / links / etc ??