Damn Small Linux Review - Version 2

Posted by tadelste on Nov 27, 2005 3:15 PM EDT
http://spidertools.com; By Mike Weber
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Damn Small Linux is a distribution built for small size (under 50 MB) but with powerful features. DSL is useful. What I mean by that is, much of the fluff that actually wastes CPU cycles and RAM is left out of this system so what you get is a ground level, fast operating system that can revitalize old hardware and perform almost every task you throw at it.

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