Yep, it was the first Linux distribution I tried. I still have the CD-ROM somewhere.
I had to recompile the kernel in order to use the printer port. It was occupied by some TPC/IP over printer port (!) device.
Update: I found it. Text on the CD-ROM (for reference):
Plug-and-Play Linux. Internet ready multimedia operating system with source. Summer 1994. ISO 9660 universal CDROM filestem with Rockridge extensions. Yggdrasil Computing Incorporated/Freesoft. 4880 Steven Creek Blvd. Suite 205. San Jose, California. 95129-1034. United States of America. toll free: (800) 261-6630. (408) 261-6630. fax: (408) 261-6631. To install, insert floppy in drive A, insert CDROM and reset computer. Requires 386/486/586 CPU, 8 MB RAM, floppy drive, Sony CDU-31A, Sony 535, Mitsumi, Matsushita/Panasonic/LaserMate or SCSI CDROM with Adaptec 154x/174x, Bustek 542B, Future Domain 8xx/16xx, other other TMC-950 based controller, Ultrastor 14F/24F/34F, or Western Digital 7000faast SCSI controller.
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