Packt Publishing: Making a Complete Yet Small Linux Distribution
Mar 08, 2007, 11:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mayank Sharma)
[ Thanks to Claus
Futtrup for this link. ]
"There's an endless list of actively maintained Linux
distributions on (Distrowatch). With modern Open Source
applications demanding more and more resources, the most popular
Linux distros are also the most resource hungry. Zenwalk and Vector
Linux are two Linux distros that promise the ease-of-use of a
modern desktop Linux distro but keep the resource utilization in
check. So how do they do it?
"In this discussion with Jean-Philippe Guillemin of Zenwalk and
Robert Lange of Vector Linux, I try to understand what it takes to
make a distro that's equally capable of running on the first
generation of Pentiums as well as the latest..."