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Interview with Robert Shingledecker, creator of Tiny Core Linux

This week we interview Robert Shingledecker, former DSL developer and now founder of the new kid on the block – Tiny Core Linux. This distro is just 10 MB small and, as the name suggests, it boots to a core graphical environment. Read more here

2 Responses to “Interview with Robert Shingledecker, creator of Tiny Core Linux” »

  1. Comment by John — March 24, 2009 @ 1:43 am

    Did Robert explain why he stole all the work from Damn Small Linux. I am avoiding Tiny Core Linux becuase it is unethical.

  2. Comment by Ian — March 24, 2009 @ 6:09 pm

    Is it unethical to use gpl code?

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