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  1. You could try Lubuntu, that is really nice because it hasn't got the graphics heavy desktop that normal Ubuntu has, it is really fast on my old Toshiba NB-100.
  2. Just as a matter of interest, you don't have to install FF where they say, you can install it in your /home/<user>/ folder. I have installed FF 7 like that as I'm the only one who uses the computer, my wife isn't interested in what she uses. I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. Just download to a folder and extract it in the folder and put a link on the desktop to point to either firefox or firefox.bin and it will run.
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