Puppy Linux is an operating system and family of light-weight Linux distributions that focus on ease of use and minimal memory footprint.- Puppy Linux
muLinux was an Italian, English-language lightweight Linux distribution maintained by mathematics and physics professor Michele Andreoli, meant to allow very old and obsolete computers (80386, 80486 and Pentium Pro hardware dating from 1986 through 1998) to be used as basic intranet/Internet servers or text-based workstations with a UNIX-like operating system.- MuLinux
muLinux is a notable example of this technique.- Superformatting
JWM is the default window manager used in Damn Small Linux version 4.x, Puppy Linux and SliTaz (< 2.0).- JWM
DebianDog - Debian Live CD shaped after Puppy Linux. It is packaged with JWM and IceWM, or Openbox and Xfce. Debian structure and behaviour are untouched.- Light-weight Linux distribution
The default window manager in most Puppy releases is JWM.- Puppy Linux
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Linux has several filesystem drivers for the File Allocation Table (FAT) filesystem format.
Earlier Linux distributions which used UMSDOS are MuLinux, Monkey Linux and Winlinux 2000.
Window manager for the X Window System based on the popular FVWM 2 window manager.
Similar window managers include Qvwm, IceWM and JWM.
System software that manages computer hardware, software resources, and provides common services for computer programs.
Some operating systems have low system requirements (e.g. light-weight Linux distribution).
Window manager that draws and allows windows to overlap, without using a compositing algorithm.
X Window System standard for the communication between window managers and applications.
Ncurses-based text editor for Unix systems, available under the GPL.
The Joe of JOE is not the same Joe as the Joe of JWM.
Complete bootable computer installation including operating system which runs directly from a CD-ROM or similar storage device into a computer's memory, rather than loading from a hard disk drive.
If Puppy Linux is recorded to an open multisession medium, changes made during use (such as files created, programs installed, and preferences customised) are written in a new session to the boot medium persisting through subsequent boots.
For another use, see MSD Super Disk.
It has double the capacity of the LS-120 and the added feature of being able to format regular floppy disks to 32 MB capacity.
Lubuntu is a lightweight Linux distribution based on Ubuntu and uses the LXQt desktop environment in place of Ubuntu's GNOME desktop.
By mid-December 2010, Lubuntu had risen to 11th place on DistroWatch's six-month list of most popular Linux distributions out of 319 distributions, right behind Puppy Linux and well ahead of Xubuntu, which was in 36th place.
SliTaz GNU/Linux is a lightweight Linux distribution, community-based, suitable for use on older hardware and as a Live CD or Live USB.