My Red Hat Linux 7.2 doc says its probably compatible with any computer built
within the last two years, so I have my doubts. I may try it as a last gasp,
though - thanks.
I did not recognize your machine model, but can offer this experience:
out of the box, the default configuration of Red Hat 7.2 would not load
on a intel 486 machine I have. I believe you can force it to work by
installing the correct kernel…rpm files, which are provided. But, I
did not go to that trouble as I found the standard configuration of
Slackware 8.0 loaded and ran without messing with it.
I am not using any graphics on the machine, but it does fine otherwise.