skinny Linux


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skinny Linux

A compact version of the Linux operating system. For example, Linux distributions such as Puppy and Damn Small Linux reside entirely within 64MB of RAM. Skinny Linux versions can be embedded into low-cost devices with limited resources. See Linux.
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