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    Smile LFS less than 100MB


    Ok..after my first unsuccessful attemp at LFS couple of months back ....Now I'm ready for second attempt But this time i want to create a small Linux System less than 100MB...Anyone got any idea about? Any tips for me before I begin?
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    I think you should use jwm as your window manager, thats my tip. :P

    Other than that you should take a look at damn small linux and feather linux to see what apps they use.
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    thanks thesimplecreator, for the tip on X manager.

    I have spent around 20 hrs this weekend,to create LFS 6.4
    Now I have a minimal Linux

    yes,you are correct,I need to check distro like DSL ,to examine how they created such a small linux
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