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Damn Small Linux overview and author interview

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Another bootable business card distribution hits the street.
Damn Small Linux (or DSL for short) is a Linux distribution with a difference. Although it is based on the Knoppix live CD, its size has been reduced drastically to fit on a 50MB business-card shape CD. Damn Small Linux is a general purpose distribution to carry around in one's wallet; it comes with XFree86 and the Fluxbox window manager, while other light-weight applications for email, web browsing, word processing, instant messaging and playing music are also included. James Zaldivar has been highly impressed with this light-weight distribution and, after sharing his experiences in a brief review, he went on to interview the author of Damn Small Linux - John Andrews.
 read more | mail this link | score:5450 | -Ray, August 20, 2003
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