That's it damn Small Linux (DSL) is a tiny distribution of only 50 MB in size! It can run on machines with as little as 128MB of RAM and even make you rub your eyes with speed of!
It still has the ability to run even through another functional σύστημα (πχ Windows), μέσα από ένα usb στικακι η ακόμα και από ένα usb drive.
DSL started as an experiment to see how many desktop applications could fit into one live cd 50 MB.
But along the way it attracted interest and gathered around it an active community which evolved it, giving it many possibilities and especially the fully automated possibility installationhis.
So it shows an almost complete desktop. All applications have been selected for the best balance between functionality, size and speed. Damn Small also has the ability to act as an SSH / FTP / HTTPD server.
I had tried it several years ago and it had impressed me, just as it did now that it suddenly recognized everything in laptop of the test and all peripherals such as a speaker system, wireless mouse, etc.
Perhaps the only thing you need to do is from the DSL Panel, choose: Netcardconfig, σε περίπτωση που δεν πάρει αυτόματα ip, ώστε να συνδεθεί στο διαnetwork (probably didn't do well with my switch).
Except from default browser του Dillo, θα βρείτε και τον Firefox (Bon Echo). Στο desktop του θα βρείτε όλες τις συντομεύσεις για τις σημαντικές εφαρμογές, το μενού του είναι στο κάτω panel (εκεί που λέει DSL), μα έχετε access και σε οποιοδήποτε σημείο της επιφάνειας εργασίας με δεξί κλικ.
The set completes a conky with system information.
If you have a very low end machine, DSL will not only bring it to life, it will literally make it fly. Imagine what will happen in a more modern machine!
It is fully customizable and you can bring it to your feet. Of course, he does not have all the routines that have the usual distribution, it is obvious that he is more Spartan but manages to be absolutely friendly.
Because it saves itself in RAM, as soon as it loads you can remove the stick or cd you are running it on and also, at the end if you made any changes the settings allow you to save them, so the next time you run it live, have them there.
Where to download:
http://gd.tuwien.ac.at/opsys/linux/damnsmall/ (Austria) also rsync and FTP
Select a mirror to download it (eg Belgium) and from there: release_candidate and download the iso.