Can I run a full node in my old 2009 toshiba notebook?
Hello! I have an old computer witch is useles for any daily task, I ask in /r/techsupport if I could umprgrade it but we all agreed that is pointless. I was about to throw it away but the idea of runing a full node in it come to my mind. I don't know if it's posible tho. It has a CPU Sempron Si-42 one core 2.1 GHz and 2gb RAM ddr2, is it enogh? Also have to buy storage, so I wonder if I could run the SO in a internal small SSD(120gb) and an external HDD (0.5-1 TB) to storage the BC.
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