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That should be fine for running nearly any version of Linux.

If your new to linux (which it sounds like you are as you are asking this question) then look at Ubuntu. It is simply the best distro to start off with and for detecting hardware etc. I haven't found anything better.

While 384MB of RAM is not loads its certainly a decent amount as I still see some laptops being sold with 256MB!

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I've used various flavors of ubuntu (k, n, x), SuSE and Fedora on my dell, which has comparable states (I do have considerably more ram than your's does), and I've never had any problems with them. I'd personally recommend ubuntu, but that's because apt-get is teh awesome

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