Chapter 1, Overview of Damn Small Linux, from "The Official Damn Small Linux Book"

Introduce yourself to Damn Small Linux, the fully-functional 50MB operating system that does everything you want, anywhere you want, in this chapter from "The Official Damn Small Linux Book: The Tiny Adaptable Linux That Runs on Anything" from Prentice Hall Professional.

The Official Damn Small Linux Book: The Tiny Adaptable Linux That Runs on Anything (Prentice Hall Professional)

offers the first definitive, practical guide to this remarkable system and tells you everything you need to know to get DSL running on your system in just minutes.

Chapter 1 – Overview of Damn Small Linux – introduces you to the operating system. It tells you what you can expect working with DSL and why "small is beautiful." Robert Shingledecker, John Andrews, and Christopher Negus show you how to get the most out of this portable, versatile, efficient and secure OS and answer some commonly asked questions about DSL.

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This chapter is an excerpt from the book, The Official Damn Small Linux Book: The Tiny Adaptable Linux That Runs on Anything, by Robert Shingledecker, John Andrews, Christopher Negus, published by Prentice Hall Professional, August, 2007, (ISBN 0-13-233869-6). Copyright © 2008.

This was first published in October 2007

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