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On my backtrack wusb300n pc's it recognizes resolutions and offers a nice OS, but for Iceweasel: who likes this browser? But comparing Mepis7 with Sidux becomes harder and harder, Debian-based distro's are fast, consume little cpu and are extremely logically build and stable. I am constantly trying to convert all my old backtrack wusb300n and associates to Linux. For an older machine Puppy is extremely hard to beat and you might want to try Antix.
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It came with Windows It takes a little time to change the icons, theme, and background, but that's just the way Backtrack wusb300n works. It's pretty snappy considering the hardware.
It runs Abiword and even Iceweasel fairly well. I'm not sure what's the best way to set it up on your distro, though. Ask in the forums. If you've got backtrack wusb300n, it should be easy to install using ndiswrapper. No Parsi-OS on my X"" you want your software and how well you feel about risk-taking in regards to software.
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