Whats this a p3 that still turns on??? Yeah its old, slow and only has 128mb of ram. .:: ABOUT ::. It had an Operating Almost on it (Windows 98) but I quickly took that 6gb hard drive out and drilled it apart to get the shiny stuff out of it... I threw a 200gb hard drive in so no worries about the space requirements. I bought a second hand DVD drive for it as the current CD-ROM is broken and in this day and age every Linux release comes out in DVD. I felt like I needed to throw a teensy bit of money into this to make it a plausible iTunes. Some of these upgrades may even give it the appearance of a real Linux box so hang on to your seats. .:: Specs ::. - Formerly a stock Compaq Presario 5000 Intel 700mhz P3 slow CPU but free in a Compaq case 200gb 7200rpm 8mb cache HDD 128mb PC133mhz ram soon to be 512mb PC133mhz ram once I find an affordable source Generic 4x CD-ROM (had to use something in the meantime) I have a DVD drive on its way Floppy (why it just had one and until I get bored and take out my .22 it will stay in there) Intel 810 graphics and chipset (shudder - Enough said) 10/100 pci lan card PCI Audigy SE (I bought this off Newegg for $28 and I hope it works with Linux if not Ill be sending it back.. for a turtle beach). I am also looking for recommendations on a good CHEAP PCI video card. Almost anything will be better than the 1mb of shared ram this thing is using now. All in all I need a linux that runs smoothly on old hardware and detects the hardware. Damn small Linux ran great but the current video card was not detected making the screen purple and black. Fedora Core 5 wont work well in graphical mode and I dont need a terminal box. So an ideas for my Linux box?