Almost every Linux Distributions I have looked

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Almost every Linux Distributions I have looked at require you to have a 386 processor. Does this mean that say a Pentium II 233 Mhz Processor from an older laptop will not work? Piease give me quick solution.

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Almost every Linux Distributions I have looked

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There are some Linux distros which are set to make old PC live again. These distro usually so lightweight, so even can work on old PCs. please take a look below:
 
Damn Small Linux
can run on a 486 DX with 16 MB of RAM
 
Lubuntu
system requirements are only a Pentium II or Celeron processor with 128 MB of RAM
 
Puppy Linux
The entire distribution is only 100 MB
 
Macpup
The entire distribution is only 188 MB
 
Slitaz
SliTaz can run with as little as 16 MB of RAM, and only 30 MB
 
CrunchBang
ConnochaetOS
Can run on a Pentium system with as little as 64 MB of RAM
 
You can read more complete info about this distros here:

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