at several light-weight Linux distributions. "The
important things that we'll look at here are the amount of space needed,
how much processing power is required to get the distro running at an
acceptable level, and the effort required to get it to work. Something to
bear in mind is that one of the ways in which developers are able to create
slimmed-down distros is by ditching the scripts and wizards that we've come
to take for granted. This can complicate tasks that you might expect to be
straightforward, such as installing software.
" The article looks at
Damn Small Linux, CrunchBang, Lubuntu, Puppy Linux, SliTaz, Tiny Core
Linux, Unity Linux, and VectorLinux.
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