i checked it out. its something like that i would like but there is no danish keyboard layout. if i could find out how to get that i would prefer to start with tinycore before i try linux from scratch. i have the book in a printed version but i did not have time to try it yet.
but i like the real simple look of tiny core. in fact one of my computers i use debian lenny with jwm as desktop has the same kind of minimalism over it. there is a menu item for terminal and for webbrowser and thats it.
i will keep an eye out for tiny core and when it got a dansih keyboard layout i will down load it again.
wish i could use the core linux as it is as a simple light live cd . its minimal and does only the few things i want from a live cd mosly. just internet acces and a little gui to keep it handy to use. for me it would be great to have such simple distribution with great hardware detection and support.
i am afraid it takes more time than i have on my hands right now but i want to keep an eye out for it.
i been playing with tinycore right now. i think i am going to use it for a small hobby project on a older computer of mine. i want it to be a email machine and i see it has a skype install script. this is really great.
i am installing open-solaris again right now so i am going to be with out a debian lenny install for a while. i hope i can live trough that
thanks for the links to the page concerning the keyboard isssue once again.
I use DSL as my 'Mini Linux' OS. How does TinyCore compare? Would anyone say that it's better?
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