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TinyMe--The Little Distro That Could

Jul 12, 2007, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steve Lake)

[ Thanks to An Anonymous Reader for this link. ]

"Having become a fan of PcLinuxOS after a recent review of their 2007 version, I've followed its development with interest to see where it goes as it grows and develops. One of the things that has interested me the most lately is not so much the parent distribution, but all the children it has spawned. One of those is TinyMe, a live cd derivative of PCLOS, that offers you the best of its parent, with the small size common to 'lite' distributions or 'distros' as they're more commonly called. One of the first things I discovered with this distribution is that anyone who tries out TinyMe and is a fan or user of PCLOS will likely feel right at home. This is because TinyMe keeps much of what makes PCLOS so great, including the boot screen and all the preload and bootup features..."

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