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Our $1 Challenge : Damn Small Linux

EU AQUI euaqui COM O dsl damn small linux LiveCD live cd DAMN SMALL LINUX The Damn Small Linux $1 Challenge* If you have contributed to Damn Small Linux, thank you! For the rest of you... How much is our Linux project worth to you? Is the joy and convenience worth $1, $5, $100? Here is our challenge to those of you who have not contributed. How about just contributing one dollar to our efforts. If just ten percent of our user base contributed one dollar to our fund raising efforts we would have enough to work on Damn Small Linux full time. And then imagine what could happen to our little Linux project! So, how about being part of that one percent? Your return on investment will be very high. *Update While many in the DSL community have been very generous, it is apparent that a more realistic goal is 1%. I'd like to thank those who have helped us out. For those who want to renew your support we now offer a donation subscription service. If you want to contribute to Damn Small Linux, thank you for your help! Alternatively, if you are buying anything at all, you can support DSL by using our links at the DSM Market, where you will find links to many of the top Internet retailers -- a portion each sale goes to help DSL! Or, you may be interested in The Official Damn Small Linux Book.

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Index of Name Size Last Modified File:1-readme_first.txt 1 KB 09-02-2006 00:00:00 File:bootfloppy-utils.img 1440 KB 10-08-2008 00:00:00 File:bootfloppy-utils.img.md5.txt 1 KB 10-08-2008 00:00:00 File:bootfloppy.img 1440 KB 09-07-2008 00:00:00 File:bootfloppy.img.md5.txt 1 KB 09-07-2008 00:00:00 current.iso 18-11-2008 00:00:00 File:current.iso.md5.txt 1 KB 18-11-2008 00:00:00 documentation 14-04-2007 00:00:00 dsl-3.x 14-08-2008 00:00:00 51853 KB 17-11-2008 00:00:00 1 KB 17-11-2008 00:00:00 File:dsl-4.4.10-initrd.iso 51420 KB 17-11-2008 00:00:00 File:dsl-4.4.10-initrd.iso.md5.txt 1 KB 17-11-2008 00:00:00 File:dsl-4.4.10-syslinux.iso 51202 KB 17-11-2008 00:00:00 File:dsl-4.4.10-syslinux.iso.md5.txt 1 KB 17-11-2008 00:00:00 50460 KB 17-11-2008 00:00:00 1 KB 17-11-2008 00:00:00 File:dsl-4.4.10.iso 51102 KB 18-11-2008 00:00:00 File:dsl-4.4.10.iso.md5.txt 1 KB 18-11-2008 00:00:00 extra_modules 26-03-2008 00:00:00 2 KB 01-09-2005 00:00:00 kernel 02-11-2007 00:00:00 File:pcmciafloppy.img 1440 KB 24-10-2007 00:00:00 File:pcmciafloppy.img.md5.txt 1 KB 24-10-2007 00:00:00 pdfdocs 14-04-2007 00:00:00

Damn Small Linux on a bootable 1 Gig USB pen drive

Damn Small Linux on a USB drive We are now offering DSL pre-installed on a bootable now 4 Gig USB 2.0 pen drive. This USB device is very thin and will not block access to other USB ports like some of the larger pen drives. These drives are set up as a single writable partition which allow the maximum amount of storage space for your personal files as well as your favorite MyDSL programs. All earnings from the sale of this item go into funding the development of DSL. These drives are also USB 1.1 compatible Please note: All our USB pens are now bootable via USB-HDD and also Embedded via Qemu!

Damn small linux Download

Damn small linux (DSL) Damn Small Linux or DSL is a free operating system for the x86 family of personal computers. It was designed to run graphical applications on older PC hardware-for example, machines with 486/early Pentium processors and very little memory. DSL is a Live CD with a size of 50 MB. 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 supports only x86 PCs. 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. The system requirements are higher for running Mozilla Firefox and optional add-ons such as the office suite. It is often used in VirtualBox due to its small size and modest requirement of RAM. [1] Download damn small linux

internet só após um novo pppoeconf no ubuntu 9.04

Re: internet só após um novo pppoeconf no ubuntu 9.04 « Responder #1 em: 01 de Maio de 2009, 23:57 » Responder com citaçãoCitar Para o Ubuntu 9.04 a placa de rede da conexão com a internet não é levantada automaticamente então faça o seguinte... edite /etc/rc.local e coloque no final desse arquivo a linha... ifconfig eth0 up (nota: ou eth1 se for seu caso) (nota: deve ser colocado antes de exit 0)

ADSL no Debian

ADSL NO DEBIAN Configurar uma conexão adsl (Velox, Speedy etc) no Linux é muito fácil e varia de uma distro para outra. Há distribuições que possuem ferramentas gráficas para tal, como a Kurumin e a Mandriva, mas também é possível configurá-las pelo terminal e é por esse método que vamos fazer a configuração. O procedimento serve tanto para o Ubuntu quanto para as distribuições baseadas no Debian, pelo menos nas que eu testei... Abra o terminal e digite sem as aspas " sudo pppoeconf " (se você estiver usando o Debian provavelmente será necessário instalar o pacote, digite no terminal " sudo apt-get install pppoeconf " com o cd de instalação no drive), digite a sua senha de usuário e vai aparecer uma janela dizendo que detectou tantas interfaces de rede (eth0, eth1, etc para quantas placas de rede você tenha na máquina) e se você deseja configurar a conexão na interface de rede selecionada e, selecionada a interface de rede onde o modem adsl está conectado, vai aparecer uma janela dizendo que foi detectado o concentrador de acesso (no caso, o modem adsl) e assim ir para a tela de login; digite o seu nome de usuário e senha do seu provedor de acesso e vá dando ENTER e concordando com as perguntas que forem feitas, escolhendo ao final da configuração que você quer que a conexão seja iniciada no boot da máquina. Isso vai permitir que a sua conexão esteja sempre ativa. Reinicie a máquina e pronto, já estará conectado e navegando.

Wired troubleshooting

Wired troubleshooting If you have a network connection which is not working properly, you can use a few tools to help diagnose what the problem is. Most of the tools in this section require use of the Terminal, which you can open by pressing Applications → Accessories → Terminal. Get information about the current connection ifconfig is intended to allow you to change the settings of your network connections, but it can also be used to list information about the current connection. 1. Press Applications → Accessories → Terminal to open a Terminal 2. Type ifconfig eth1 in the Terminal and press Enter, replacing eth1 with the name of your network interface if it is different. * inet addr gives the current IP address of the connection * HWaddr gives the MAC address of your network device

Chapter 5. Troubleshooting

Table of Contents Wired troubleshooting Get information about the current connection Check if a connection is working properly Wireless troubleshooting Check that the device is on Check for device recognition Using Windows Wireless Drivers Check for a connection to the router Check IP assignment Check DNS IPv6 Not Supported


Ubuntu Documentation > Ubuntu 9.04 > Internet and Networks > Connecting > DSL DSL 1. Right click the NetworkManager icon and click Edit connections... 2. Click DSL. 3. Click Add.

2008 Damn Small Linux

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Damn Small Linux Última Atualização: Wednesday 14 July 2010 00:45 GMT Based on: Debian, KNOPPIX Origem: USA Architecture: i386 Desktop: JWM, Fluxbox Category: Old Computers, Live Medium Status: Dormant Damn Small Linux is a business card size (50MB) live CD Linux distribution. Despite its minuscule size it strives to have a functional and easy to use desktop. Damn Small Linux has a nearly complete desktop, including XMMS (MP3, and MPEG), FTP client, links-hacked web browser, spreadsheet, email, spellcheck (US English), a word-processor, three editors (Nedit, nVi, Zile [emacs clone]), Xpdf, Worker (file manager), Naim (AIM, ICQ, IRC), VNCviwer, SSH/SCP server and client, DHCP client, PPP, PPPoE, a web server, calculator, Fluxbox window manager, system monitoring apps, USB support, and soon it will have PCMCIA support as well. If you like Damn Small Linux you can install it on your hard drive. Because all the applications are small and light it makes a very good choice for older hardware.


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