I have an old P3 800 Mhz with 128 MB of RAM. There are some files I would like to back up (several gigabytes actually). I do have an external hard disk but it is formatted with NTFS and the PC in question has Windows ME so I am guessing that will not work. I suppose that I could burn everything to CDs (would take way too long) or use USB keys (again time consuming).
Can any one recommend a Linux distro that will run on this as a LiveCD. I did try Kubuntu 8 and 9 but did not have any luck. I used Kubuntu 8 on my Toshiba laptop and saw that the RAM usage as a LiveCD was more than 700 MB.
All I really need is a user interface where I can just drag and drop the files I need to copy.
Thanks in advance for the help!
After trying Kubuntu 8 and 9 I must say I like them both. When I have time I will get another USB key and try running it on my Toshiba laptop since I found out it can boot from USB.