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A Quick Look at DSL 3.0.1

Here's a look at Damn Small Linux running on Dell Inspiron 1200 and a very old IBM Thinkpad 390E. The specs are 333 MHz and 64 MB of ram.
Read how it fares here

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By this point, everyone has heard of Damn Small Linux (DSL). When it comes to packing a full-featured Linux desktop environment into something as small as a pendrive, no one does it better than DSL. DSL uses Knoppix technology to boot and run from a live CD. The thing that sets DSL apart from Knoppix, or any other live distrobution, is its speed and compatibility on old hardware. Minimum requirements are a mere 486DX with as little as 16MB of ram.I will be testing Damn Small Linux on two systems.

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