The attatched menu.lst is not zipped - just rename to menu.lst
It shows all the Puppies that I currently run on my 10yr old Acer laptop.
They are all good and all have various advantages -
but the Wary Puppies are the most responsive and consume least resources.
If you have 256mb ram or more and a swap partition - all should be ok.
There was a stripped lupu that may well be perfect - in fact any lupu is good.
Also ttuuxxx made a special Wary 511 Puppy for movie playback.
He also made a 214 based Puppy that I'm sure would be ok too.
Additionally, although not stripped, (exactly the opposite) John Biles made
Legacy OS2 (214 based) which would also be well worth a look.
There are also the Turbo and Turbo Extreme Pups which are based on the 4.2 Puppy series and work well even on old machines. I don't know if they'll run SMPlayer though. _________________ Compaq Deskpro Pentium III (866 MHz), 512 MB of RAM, 30 GB hard drive running Puppy Fire Hydrant Inferno, Puppy 4.20 Turbopup Extreme and Puppy Legacy OS2.