Tectonic: In a Nutshell--Peanut Linux
Jun 28, 2005, 03:15 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Walter Kruse)
"I first came across this Canadian distro at a time when I was
dissatisfied with the trend towards large distributions that came
on three or more CDs and had silly design issues, such as rpm
dependencies requiring Emacs before installing Apache. I decided to
look for a distribution with a small footprint, KDE, and useful
apps. I tried out Bonsai and Peanut. At the time Peanut Linux was
on version 9.4, and I've run every release since then.
"Peanut Linux is very much an enthusiast's all-in-one
distribution. Before the time of credit-card-sized live CD
distributions Peanut was one of the smallest distro downloads,
hence the name Peanut..."