Linux for Atom Notebook

Lonni J Friedman netllama at
Wed Mar 2 08:49:14 PST 2016

Any modern distribution should work fine, but be forewarned,
performance is going to be awful.  Those old Atom CPUs are not capable
of much of anything, especially desktop usage.

On Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 7:40 AM, Leon Goldstein via Linux-users
<linux-users at> wrote:
> A friend gave me an old Toshiba NB 305 notebook.  I would like to install a
> SSD and use Linux.  The notebook originally had Windows 7, upgraded to 10,
> so it does not have UEFI to contend with.  It also has 2 GB or RAM.
> So, what would be a good 32-bit Linux to use with it?
> --
> Leon A. Goldstein
> System L2
> OpenSuSE 13.1
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