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Favorite Mini Distro

Austrumi
6% (23 votes)
Beatrix
4% (16 votes)
Damn Small
31% (120 votes)
Feather
5% (18 votes)
Flonix
1% (3 votes)
GoblinX
2% (6 votes)
Luit
0% (1 vote)
Puppy
17% (68 votes)
Slax
25% (98 votes)
other (please reply)
10% (39 votes)
Total votes: 392

Byzantine

> Byzantine, if you use cable modem or ADSL only is a wonderful tiny Linux distro; that you might have abandoned because it lost the 99th position on DistroWatch.

It looks like development has stopped on that one. Nothing new on their site for almost a year.

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Mini Distros

I'm using my personal and unofficial criteria of "less than 200MB" to define 'mini' here.

Of you folks picking 'other', please share the name. Perhaps I'm missing something wonderful. Smile

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