some linux/partitions questions
So, I might try to install DSL (Damn Small Linux) on a partition on my one of my old computers. I have already downloaded the ISO which I hope I can use for an installation of the OS on a partition on my computer. Here is where it's downloaded from:
So, here are my questions:
1. Can that be used to install DSL onto a space of my harddrive?
2. How would I go about creating a partition for Linux?
3. How much space does it require to install?
4. Will it run on a 400mhz, 198mb RAM comp?
5. Do you install it like you do with Windows XP?
Thanks to anyone who can answer any of my questions. :wink: