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Anyone Here Use Tiny Core???

DanDDDanDD Registered
edited March 2016 in General
I know that Tiny Core is a very minimalist distro that basically has nothing in it by default, but the more I use this distro, the more I like it. At the moment, it is at version 7.0, has the 4.2.9 kernel, very fast, and at the moment, Firefox 45.0 (once installed). Too me, it works great, and has since become one of my all time favorite distros.

http://www.tinycorelinux.net/

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  • LinuxephusLinuxephus Registered
    I've heard of TinyCore numerous times in the past. Nevertheless, I personally at least have found naught to interest me enough into reviewing it so to speak.
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  • I've used it before, but it takes a little bit of a learning curve to get used to using the cli only UI part of it.

    github: https://github.com/AdrianKoshka
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  • setkehsetkeh Administrator
    I have also used ot on a few occasions but i have not used it in a while though i do like the idea of it :)



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  • DanDDDanDD Registered

    I've used it before, but it takes a little bit of a learning curve to get used to using the cli only UI part of it.

    I thought so too, so I went with the Core Plus version.

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