antiX M-7, The Fat-free Mepis

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| I would say that AntiX is highly recommended for those who have older
| machines because of its dependable hardware detection and its light
| footprint. While it did not perform as well as Xubuntu on my older laptop, I
| still consider AntiX as a very promising distro that could easily beat any
| lightweight distribution in the near future.
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http://junauza.blogspot.com/2007/11/...ree-mepis.html

Great. What's the lightweight version of Leopard and Vistaster? You know, for
older PCs that need some more recent features...



Related:

ReviewLinux.Com: First Look at MEPIS AntiX 7.0 Beta 2

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| I am always looking for a faster Linux OS that just does the basics. I want a
| low-overhead Linux distro that can run on almost any machine be it a Pentium
| 2 to a Pentium 4. MEPIS AntiX 7.0 Beta 2 might just be the one. Check out my
| short little review about this Linux distro plus my flash video showing off
| this fast and lightweight Linux OS. * *
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http://www.reviewlinux.com/index.php?m=show&id=6903


antiX MEPIS 6.5 Screenshots

http://shots.linuxquestions.org/?lin...%20MEPIS%206.5


AntiX "Spartacus", Lightweight Version of MEPIS is Released

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| MEPIS has announced the "Spartacus" release of antiX, a lightweight
| derivative of MEPIS. AntiX is built and maintained by MEPIS community member
| anticapitalista, as a free version of MEPIS for very old 32 bit PC hardware. *
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http://www.mepis.org/node/13830


New AntiX distro makes older hardware usable

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| I've been a fan of SimplyMEPIS for years. The distribution was one of the
| early pioneers in the field of user-friendly Linux development, and to this
| day offers a system that usually "just works." Earlier this month the MEPIS
| site announced a community variation for older computers based on
| SimplyMEPIS. AntiX is an installable live CD that features a modern kernel,
| recent X server, and lighter applications for use on computers with as little
| as 64MB RAM. I tried it, and liked what I found. * * *
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http://www.linux.com/feature/11520399