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I'm trying to run Slitaz 3.0 live Cd on a old Dell laptop C600 p3 256Mb it boot up a desktop md5 is good fine nut there no panel The CD is good What can I try ?

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After install you may try to install panel

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After install you may try to install and configure same or other panel simply like any other program. I like fbpanel simple and powerful. Wink
And if you want it in liveCD you can not do much, better just report issue to developers trough special page:
http://labs.slitaz.org/issues

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A Dell C600?

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Yikes! I would trow that on the trash. I had a CPt before and ran Win 2K on it. It did ok, but any Life CD does not runs well, you need more RAM to get a good use of a Life Distro. I dual booted the CPt with Mandriva 7.0 and worked fine. So I would try Mandriva One and give it a spin. But now days, even the Linux Distros are getting more resource demanding, not as bad as Windows.

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Dell C600

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The dell is a old work horse it a great linux machine it don't have the power of the new kids but I not a big fan of the big linuxs I have ran ubuntu on it just fine it will never see windows again.
I have slitaz running on it now there a bug with lxpanel the work around is to take out the batt then the panel pop right up.
there also a low ram slitaz.

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I used dell C400 few mounths ago with Gentoo Linux :D

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Yes, great machine it was, but received some serious damage in accident. Sad

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At home

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I still have a D800 and a D600 dual boot with Mandriva 2010.

See if you can get more RAM for that C600 it will be well worth it. Now days, RAM for that machine is dirt cheap.

I was suggesting Mandriva One for its hardware detection, so far have not failed me yet Wink

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