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Best linux distro for my needs?

I want a linux distro that has a downloadable bootable ISO, just for music playing. The machine is really low end, using a mobile celeron from 2002. Just needs to have a linux distro to play music. Currently runs win XP

n0ah1897, on 05 Mar 2014 - 2:08 PM, said:  "Computers are like girls. It's whats in the inside that matters.  I don't know about you, but I like my girls like I like my cases. Just as beautiful on the inside as the outside."

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Puppy linux is the lightest easy to install one atm.
There might be lighter ones, but puppy is known for being light.

If you want "the lightest", LFS or Gentoo or Arch, these require you to build it from the ground up and therefore no junk and extremely fast.

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Any Ubuntu forks are shit and laggy asf. Not to mention apt-get...

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Any Ubuntu forks are shit and laggy asf. Not to mention apt-get...

Lubuntu runs actually pretty well.

i put it on a P3M laptop with 256 MB ram from the early 2000s and its totally usable

Rigs I've Built

The Striker i5 4590 @ 3.7 ||  MSI GTX 980 Armor X2 || Corsair RMX 750 || Team Elite Plus 8 GB || Define S || MSI Z97S SLI Krait

The Office PC i3 4160 @ 3.6 || Intel 4600 || EVGA 500B || G.Skill 8 GB || Cooler Master N200 || ASRock H97M Pro4

The Friend PC G3258 @ 4.3 || Sapphire R9 280X Tri-X || EVGA 600B || 8 GB Dell Ram || Cooler Master N200 || ASRock H97M- iTX/ac

The Mom Gaming PC A10-7890K @ 4.4 || iGPU + ASUS R7 250 ||  8 GB Klevv DDR3-2800 Mhz

 

 

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Lubuntu runs actually pretty well.

i put it on a P3M laptop with 256 MB ram from the early 2000s and its totally usable

Lubuntu and all Ubuntu forks just change the DE, most of the background crap is still around.

Open up a Terminal and type in $sudo ps -A.

There are a great deal of useless junk still around.

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