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Ram For Ubuntu

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I have a spare system without any OS installed and I want to install Ubuntu in it. The problem is that this system has only 128 MB of RAM and I've heard that for installing and running Ubuntu 256 MB is necessary at least. Is there any way to work around this problem? is it possible to install Ubuntu first, and then upgrade the memory RAM in the system?

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I have installed Xubuntu on a few P III's with 128Mb. It runs well and the Xfce GUI is very straight forward.

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