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  1. #11
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    try something totally different, go with a BSD
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    Try Beatrix (sub 200Mb download). And dyne:bolic.
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    A really good OS that doesn't take up much space and is fairly easy to configure is FreeBSD 4.11. It seems like no matter what you do to it you can't screw it up. I can install it in less than 20 minutes, including configuring X, tweaking, and compiling a custom kernel. You can't beat the packages system, and it runs Linux programs! DSL is also pretty easy to setup. 600MB for the total system, one ISO

    You could also try BeOS DevEd 1.1, installs in 6 minutes, boots in 6 seconds. Now that's fast. 500MB for the total system, two direct write files

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