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where I can find some version of Linux that has xwindows?

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where I can find some version of Linux that has xwindows?  
I have a pc pentium 100 with 32 ram megas, a trindent 9440 pci 1 mg.  
I have proven a version 1, but it was too old.  
Which recommends me? Where I can get it?
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Many sites.
try http://www.delix.de/
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All versions of Linux come with the X Window System (this is its correct name; "X Windows" is not its correct name).

There are links to many Linux distributions from
http:/www.linux.org/.

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