@john personna: I think the problem went from bandwidth and server capability to trouble with bored kids hacking the crap out of stuff. Anonymous is basically just a bunch of bored people who get off on various things and some include hacking for various reasons. I think security will continue to be a massive problem until something awesome/amazing occurs (probably something quantum based).
ReactOS is most closely related to Windows Server 2003, so if your PC was designed to run Server 2003 or XP, it may well work. We tried installing it on a netbook and a Centrino-based laptop, and couldn’t get much beyond the first installation screen. The project is very much in alpha, and it’s unlikely you’ll be able to get it to run on a physical PC.
As soon as I saw the word “fake”, the conspiracy theorist in me took over, and I just had to read the back story. I came by in entirely happenstance I was reading the wiki on SD speed standards and came across your pic of digested cards.
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This Slackware-based distro is designed to be completely portable and run on removable media such as a USB stick or CD, but can just as easily be installed to a hard disk. The distro is incredibly fast as it’s small enough to run entirely from system RAM.
Moksha doesn’t come with any internal window compositor by default, but one can add Compiz effects. Bodhi Linux is an Ubuntu LTS-based lightweight release that features Moksha Desktop. Moksha is a continuation of Enlightenment 17 desktop with additional features and lesser bugs. Thanks to Ubuntu repositories, you get access to tons of free software. On the aesthetics front, Bodhi Linux looks great and everything works just right.
By focusing on speed and energy efficiency, Lubuntu is a perfect solution for your old PC with low hardware specifications. This fast and lightweight operating system uses the minimal desktop LXDE and a fine selection of light applications. Lubuntu’s website says that the OS should run on the computers that aren’t older than 10 years. LXDE is specially created for low hardware machines. In future releases, Lubuntu plans to make a switch to LXQt desktop environment.
Linux is amazing, unless it won't install. Then it just hurts. Fortunately, a number of laptop makers build Linux laptops that don't suffer from any driver.