Windows to Linux Migration

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For the Intel systems, a hardware configuration that looks like the following is required: Any 80x386, 80x486, Pentium or Pentium II processor will do. Non-Intel clones of the 80x386 and up will generally work. Users will not need a math co-processor, although it is nice to have one. The ISA, EISA, VESA Local Bus and PCI bus architectures are supported...
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The MCA bus architecture (found on IBM PS/2 machines) has been minimally supported since the 2.1.x kernels, but may not be ready for prime time yet. Users need at least 4 megabytes of memory in their machine. Technically, Linux will run with only 2 megabytes, but most installations and software require 4...
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