Imho, most 486 processors won't be able to run Bodhi Legacy, less because of the processor or chipset, but firstly it is not too possible having a 486 machine come pre-installed with a DVD drive. Secondly, assuming that the user figured out that either an internal DVD drive can be installed in the drive bay or an external DVD drive can be plugged in the usb port, am not this sure whether the 486 BIOS would be capable of detecting the drive on boot up which is a prerequisite of installing linux from a DVD, Thirdly, I have ever worked with some 486 machines that were actually installed with CD-ROM drives instead of DVDs, the drives look that identical, a quick throwback is that CD-ROM drives simply cannot read DVD media even though they are shaped the same as CDs.
Hi, I have a big problem with bodhi regarding the browser. Midori and Firefox does not start, qupzilla closes after a few moments. My cpu is Athlon xp 2400+, I noticed that the latest versions of browsers do not support sse2 cpu. But I've tried, like advising around the web, old versions of theoretically supported versions like the 45, but I did not get results. How do I fix it?