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Old 7th June 2008
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Default Best fit BSD for legacy system

Hello,

I have been trying to find out which BSD to learn and hoped these forums could help.

First, I have little to no modern experience outside Windows OS's. I have been testing linux for about a month and sometimes use my girlfriends macbook (OS 9) casually.

I have a Pentium 2 or 3, with 128mb RAM. The HDD is 20gb so there are no worries there.

I was wondering which BSD would be a good introduction (i.e. easy on a newbie) and that won't push the system. I will also be using a cross-over cable to share internet with either a XP or Linux (Xubuntu) computer.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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