I was searching for a Linux OS for my computer, and wanted to test a few of them out, and I find this one quite interesting. So I was wondering how about moving to an older version?
FIrst off, the reason I downloaded version Vector version 5.9 Standard Gold was because I figured it might have Wireless USB drivers on it, which it did, else wise I wouldn't be writing this now...
None the less it works and everything seems to be OK, except for the graphics, but there's probably no decent fix for that. The driver I was using with windows XP was Intel 82810E and everything I've read on it says that it pretty much sucks.
Anyhow, My system is
HP Pavilion 511w
CPU: Celeron 1.20mhz Pentium III
Networking: Belkin Wireless USB Adapter (Which I guess is unimportant considering it works)
When I installed Vector 5.9, I formatted the harddrive in the old linux format (Unfortunately I forgot what it was called). So I presume I wouldn't have to reformat the hard drive if I found a much better version of Vector, or whichever version of Linux that would work on this system.
Also, if I were to install an older version, or a different version of linux, would I need to create another CD Rom or could I just download and install from Vector?