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Installing Darned Small Linux Onto Your Boot Drive

Today, we're going to walk though installing it on your bootable hard drive of DSL. Sure, sure, it defeats the principal of the whole thing, but you can always just slice up two tiny little partitions and have DSL as a backup for your other OS, which may or may not completely self-destruct at any moment.
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We don't need or want any flack from oversensitive web-monitors, and we'll be damned if we won't do everything possible to stay under the radar ;), you generally think of a bootable USB-stick/flash-card installation, or something of that nature. Damn Small Linux (DSL, from here on out, since I can hear the damn hammer falling already ;) was put together, it seems, for just that specific purpose. It's DSL, which is, by definition pretty DS ;)

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