Distroreviews have had a quick look at the new Damn Small Linux 2.0.
Read the impressions here.
Damn Small Linux is a pleasure to work with, especially in our day of bloatted operating systems. The majority of users only use a handful of applications with can be run just fine (in fact much faster) in a small bootable Live CD like DSL. This is especially true for DSL when quick access to these applications is available from the desktop. This includes a few remote tools such as VNC Viewer and Remote Desktop.