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Installing Ubuntu(s) on a Windows 98-era Laptop

Keeping EOL'ed products like Win2000 or … gulp … WinME is also a really bad idea. I set about finding something for him. He volunteered that he was open to Ubuntu, which I had installed on some mutual friends' computers.
Lets try it here

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The specs are as follows:

A Pentium II PE 300 MHz with 128MB RAM and a 4GB drive, running Windows 2000

A Pentium III 500MHz with 128MB and a 12GB drive, running Windows ME

One with identical specs as #2, but a different manufacturer and a 10GB drive, running Windows ME

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