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I saw a study I while back that claimed if all the buildings in London covered their roof surfaces with solar panels, they could almost completely...
I tried putting Slackware on it (that being one of the few major distros that doesn't list 128 MB as its minimum requirement). Great in text mode, but slow in X with FVWM just running simple stuff. No hope of a modern browser--it took something like 30 minutes to bring up a simple web page, and that slowness was almost all due to swapping out the wazoo.
My guess was that it would have worked great in 80M, and I think your report shows that this is correct. I tracked down a place selling memory for it (there aren't many), and bought another 64M, but it doesn't work. It gets errors. I don't know if the RAM was bad, or the laptop is broken, and decided that it wasn't worth throwing more money at it to find out.
-- --Tim Smith