Saturday, October 11, 2008

Linux.com :: Damn Small Linux

Damn Small LinuxDamn Small LinuxMany Linux distributions focus on having the latest and greatest versions of software, with the most features and aimed at users with newer computers. Damn Small Linux (DSL), on the other hand, is a live CD distribution that fits on a business card CD and is light enough to run on a 486 computer with as little as 16MB of RAM. What started as an experiment to see how much software could fit onto a 50MB CD-ROM is now a popular Linux distro.
Linux.com :: Damn Small Linux
Damn Small Linux
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