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Will linux run on a 386??

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Hello I want to install Red Hat Linux on a 386 with 32 mb ram.
Is that enough??
And Is there a way i can install unix without X-Windows GUI i only need text based.

Thanks!! The text based version dosen't need to me linux. any unix will do!
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Yes.

Yes.

But you better use an older distributions since the new one are sometimes restricted to a 486 at least.
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