I know this question can be debated for a long time in fact I have seen these debates but I am looking for something specific and don't know where to look. I have a P100 laptop with no CD-Drive that is currently running win95. I would like to get Linux onto it, and these are the criteria.
- It has to use floppies, I have no CD-Drive and no network connection for the laptop
- It has to be relatively easy to install
- I would like a graphical user interface like Gnome or Xwindows (If those are wrong forgive me I am very new to linux).
Try SuSE 7.3 or Debian 3.0. They should install and run smoothly in text mode. Then Install the GUI. I would reccomend either an old version (nothing greater that v3) of KDE, IceWM or Enlightenment. These
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