Tiny Core Linux (TCL) is a minimal Linux operating system focusing on providing a base system using BusyBox and FLTK, developed by Robert Shingledecker. The distribution is notable for its size (15 MB) and minimalism, with additional functionality provided by extensions.
Rava wrote:Oh, me personally pokes you to check out CorePure64 and TinyCorePure64.
Its modules can be loaded into Porteusl they are also xz compressed, but it uses a different approach to the module creation, you have to follow strict precise rules when creating a new module.
I want to check it out, but for now failed to create the needed palemoon TinyCore module...
But it is amazing how smooth and fast it runs. Sure it uses a very minimalistic X Windowmanager, but pimped that one up graphically quite well! There are flash videos on their site, so you can kinda look at it without even restarting from your running OS!
(Screenshots here are not jpeg but flash!)
Neat one: http://www.tinycorelinux.net/videos/apps.html
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