You don't have enough memory to install SuSE.
You will need 384M of RAM to install. The setup will recognize the hardware.
You will be given a choice of which hard drive you want used.
RAID device setup would be the best.
Debian and Zenwalk are the only two distributions that I know of which will operate with 128M of RAM.
If on a network. Set up a computer as server first. Give it a name. Connect a router to it or install a few cards. the router will be easier.
Give each client a name and allow file sharing between the clients and the server.
You can also allow access from the clients into the server by creating user accounts and using a remote desktop protocol.
Sis630 Mainboard, PIII 733, 256 M RAM,
Another computer Celeron 600, 128 M RAM
Only one monitor
I have 10G files, in 6 hard disks (I totally have 8 hard disks)
5 large hard disks, 6 G, one hard disks 15G
In another location, I have another computer.
I have 4 network adapters in my office.
I use Celeron 600, RAM 128 M, 4.5 G hard disk to install SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 Desktop
Attach the hard disk, Boot from CD-ROM, install SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 Desktop?
I will use Hard Disk Tool CD first, Attach the hard disk, Boot from CD-ROM, zero the hard disk.
Then Boot from CD-ROM, install SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 Desktop?
Please tell me the details step by step.
Set bios, boot from CD-ROM.