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your pc will work well with yubuntu. i ran it on an old pIII 533mhz w/ 256mb of ram it was smooth. and i couldnt get my linksys WUSB54G to work but i didnt try that hard. by far the best linux for old laptops is DSL (damnsmalllinux.org) if anyone has a crappy laptop around. it runs great on my 233mhz w/ 32mb of ram
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2x80GB WDC TSST DVDRW + Samsung DVD XP Pro SP2 Samsung 17" 710n LCD 
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Do you know of any linux os that is compatible with motorola wireless connection and what would be the best one for this computer of mine right now that I am using to post this post. I am new to this so pick a user friendly one plz.
    
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Intel Core i7 4870HQ 2.5GHz AMD Radeon R9 M370X 2048 MB 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 1TB SSD 
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