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[Old computers] What are your favorite small distributions?
« le: 19 février 2016 à 20:37:43 »
Hello,

Apart from Slitaz, antiX, or Puppy Linux, which small GNU-ish distros did you try during the last months that you liked or which have drawn your attention?
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Re : [Old computers] What are your favorite small distributions?
« Réponse #1 le: 05 mars 2016 à 14:15:13 »
Tiny Core Plus works well the Raspberry Pi and it connects to wifi.
Mine is set up with openbox and xfe.

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CorePlus is an installation image and not the distribution. It is recommended for new users who only have access to a wireless network or who use a non-US keyboard layout. It includes the base Core System and installation tools to provide for the setup with the following options: Choice of 7 Window Managers, Wireless support via many firmware files and ndiswrapper, non-US keyboard support, and a remastering tool.

http://distro.ibiblio.org/tinycorelinux/downloads.html

I bought two Nokia 5110 LCDs (very cheap) . . . so when I get time I am going to get them working with the RPi.

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