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Asked by RyuShinobi500, Feb 14, 2020
if the iso can fit and you're not worried about the space for a swap partition then you should be good to go
Yes but they aren’t going to leave much space. Something like Debian or even Arch/Manjaro might be better if you want to have less OS taking up that space.
Possible, yes. Practical? Nooooo. You will get the OS and maybe a few gigs to spare.
If space is an issue like that I'd go with a distro like puppy linux or damn small linux