I just went back home, and found an old pentium 3 IBM thinkpad laptop, with 128mb ram. It's in working condition, but it just has a floppy drive, because I can't find the CD drive for it. I'd love to put linux on this, just to use for openoffice, some music, aim, and web surfing. What distro would be good to use, on a computer that isn't quite up to date? In addition, what wm should I use? Would KDE or Gnome run well on this? And finally, how would I go about actually installing it? Is it possible to do a network install or something (I have no idea how that works, but I'd be up to learning if it would work). I'm not looking for a distro that fits on a floppy, but if I could network install it from a floppy or something, that would work. I COULD get my hands on a USB cd-rom drive, just for the installation, but I couldn't do that until next week sometime, and I'd like to get this done asap. Ideas? Suggestions?