Review: Lightweight Linux Distributions
Oct 21, 2011, 18:11 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Those days I concluded TinyMe was the best choice, followed
directly by Zenwalk. Now lets see how those distributions have
evolved in a couple of mini reviews...
"First of all at this moment TinyMe isn't the way to go; on the
6th of April 2011 the developer decided to 'hibernate' the project
for undetermined length. This is in my opinion not very good news
and I expect TinyMe to die. The last stable release was almost
three years ago!
"Zenwalk is still under heavy development, this year in may
version 7 was released...
"Also Puppy Linux is alive and kicking; at time of writing
version 5.2.8 is only one month old."
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