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Damn Small Linux 3.0 Review

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A Linux for your USB 'thumb drive'...
DSL is using Fluxbox by default and this makes it extremely fast. The embedded version of DSL is fast as well despite the fact that it runs within QEmu. And if you're running from the CD, you can tell DSL to load itself into your RAM by typing "dsl toram" at startup. The startup phase was reasonably fast: On my machines the embedded version of DSL took 36 seconds to boot from the BIOS to the desktop, the CD version took 1 minute and 23 seconds.
 read more | mail this link | score:6821 | -Ray, July 3, 2006
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