Damn Small Linux (DSL) is another small, minimal-requirement distro, which aims to deliver solid functionality and ultra-fast performance on very-low-end machines, with as little as just a handful of MB of RAM. Alongside Puppy, it’s one of the flagships of small Linux distros. More here
And now, let us see what DSL can do. In this article, we’ll review the (currently) latest version, 4.4.10.
Desktop, first impressions
The boot is lightning-fast. On modern machines, DSL will reach the desktop in as little as 20-30 seconds.