@selea: I really like Debian on that netbook because when I boot it up it's only using around 190MB of RAM out of the 2GB it has
@selea: Another corny nerd joke is "Hey PAL. You SECAM today?" (best if you say it to someone you know who has a friend named cameron)
@selea the version I got when doing sudo apt install vlc does not have a MIDI SF2 option nor does it say MIDI anywhere. Which is kinda sad imo. The Windows version I use has a MIDI option
@selea: That's really freaking scary. I wonder what other services do that
@finlaydag33k Alright (yeah sorry about that. Still new lol)
@finlaydag33k Im going to try that out. Thank you.
@finlaydag33k ah gotcha. I might try a light version of Arch or Debian and run something like VLC (I'm not too great with terminal based stuff. Still learning lol)
@finlaydag33k Would I have to move my music from my file server to the netbook?
@finlaydag33k Yeah. I am mainly going to be using it as a glorified MP3/FLAC Player for my stereo. I might also play some movies (MKV) too but idk
@selea I will definitely check that out!
Hello! (Im starting out on mastadon so please. Feel free to tell me if im doing anything wrong). Does anyone know any good light Linux Distros for my netbook
It uses a
- Intel Atom N270 CPU
- 2GB DDR2 RAM (Single Channel)
- Intel 945 (if im correct) GPU with UMA 224MB
- 80GB WD Scorpio Black HDD 7200rpm
- 1024x600 Display
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