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Installing Damn Small Linux onto your hard drive

This is a great way to extend the life of your older computers. In my case, I’ve installed it on a IBM T21 with 256MB of memory and a 30 GB hard drive. This tutorial assumes that the user has some linux and command line experience.
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Once launched, delete any existing partitions (that you don’t want of course) and create two partitions. The first, hda1 will be a swap partition. The second will be where everything else goes. Swap should be at least 128 MB in size, and hda2 will contain everything else.

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