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Review: Tiny Core Linux

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The guys over at Linux Outlaws are always talking about Tiny Core Linux because it always seems to be releasing a new version. I was impressed back in the day that Damn Small Linux could have a working Linux distro in only 50 MB. I know that Tiny Core Linux is technically not a full Linux distro, but I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. It came in a recent LXF disc and I decided to check it out.

As you can see you can enter some boot options or just hit enter (which is what I did). And the bootup looked similar to other liveCDs other than going insanely fast.

and this dropped me off at this spartan desktop:




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