It was designed to run graphical applications on older PC hardware—for example, machines with 486/early Pentium processors and very little memory. What originally started as an experiment to see how much software could fit in 50 MB eventually became a full-fledged Linux distribution.It can be installed on storage media with small capacities, like bootable business cards, USB flash drives, various memory cards, and Zip drives.DSL was originally based on Model-K, a 22 MB stripped down version of Knoppix, but soon after was based on Knoppix proper, allowing much easier remastering and improvements. The minimum system requirements are a 486 processor and 8 MB of RAM.DSL has been demonstrated browsing the web with Dillo, running simple games and playing music on systems with a 486 processor and 16 MB of RAM. Btw, my phone running the version 1.1 of the firmware, which was from an official Zte update. Right now I am guessing that if it passes the user-data phase it might flash the system and boot partitions.The security fixes are detailed in the Firefox 3.0.1 section of the Security Advisories for Firefox 3.0 page.
My old network guy set this up and I need some help on how he did it.DSL's forum registration is broke so I am hoping some of my spiceheads have done something like this before.It is very locked down no console no interaction if you do close the browser it will reload it with original page. After issues with the main developers, Robert was, according to himself, exiled from the project.He currently continues his work on Tiny Core Linux which he created in April 2008.