On 12.27 13:59, Tom Poe wrote:
I recently received 10 computers from an organization that wants them put to use. They're PI and PII boxes, which surely can be useful in many ways. First thing, though, I need to see how many actually work. Then I need to have a barebones OS to put on them. If the drives work, they'll be really small. Any suggestions? Anyone doing something similar?
There are a number of distos designed to minimize disk requirements. For example, http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/. If the BIOSs support booting from CD, I'd try that with a live CD -- Knopix, for example.