Anyone else get ? I'm wondering about the easiest way to get a distro up and running on it.

Anyone got any ideas of how to breathe some Linux life into an old Acer Aspire One notebook? Puppy works but is there anything else? I get that ol' message "this kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU, please use an appropriate kernel etc."

Happy to be here! I coach Linux use in the community as a way of expanding its audience based on its ethics, cost, and ease-of-use. I teach various distros but personally use Manjaro.

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