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Home banking with Firefox and Linux in 32 MBytes of memory

This is a screenshot made in March 2004 on a NEC Versa laptop with the following specs: PI 133 Mhz processor, 32 MB RAM. In other words, a laptop on which it would have been impossible to install Red Hat 9 with its standard installer, Anaconda. I (Marco) did it instead thanks to Slinky and used that laptop (until it physically broke) without problems to do my home banking, surf the Web and also give talks around Italy about how good RULE was to give new life to old computers!

RULE = Run Up to Date Linux Everywhere
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