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On http://mirror.linuxquestions.org/pub...ons/damnsmall/ there are lots of ISOs, do I need all of them or just one?? R They different versions?? I think I'll get http://mirror.linuxquestions.org/pub.../dsl-0.9.3.iso cuz it seems to be ...
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    Dsl Wtf!!?!


    On http://mirror.linuxquestions.org/pub...ons/damnsmall/ there are lots of ISOs, do I need all of them or just one?? R They different versions??

    I think I'll get http://mirror.linuxquestions.org/pub.../dsl-0.9.3.iso cuz it seems to be the newest...

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    It appears that the latest version is 0.9.3. You want this ISO file:

    http://mirror.linuxquestions.org/pub.../dsl-0.9.3.iso

    You might also want to verify the checksum after you download it. Here is the MD5SUM file:

    http://mirror.linuxquestions.org/pub....3.iso.md5.txt
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    Thats the one I said, so I only need one?? There are jus older versions for what ever reasons. How do I MD5 verify it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by realg187
    Thats the one I said, so I only need one?? There are jus older versions for what ever reasons. How do I MD5 verify it??
    Yes, those are just old versions and you only need the one ISO file.
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    U think that will work on my system??

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    Quote Originally Posted by realg187
    U think that will work on my system??
    I've had Damn Small Linux work fine on a P3 450mHz with 64MB of RAM. Yours should work fine. You really should just try a distribution rather than spending all your time asking us about them. You might find a try is worth a thousand words. Damn Small Linux is a LiveCD distribution, so there's no way you can hurt your system just by booting it up.
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    I dling DSL now, i couldnt b4 sicne the techie at my school h8s me and wont let me..... Anyways, do u just use neros burn image option to make the CD??? U think if i use winrar to extract and burn a data CD will that work?? [cuz if u use the image option u cant add files later, what about if I add files to the ISO then burn?? I dont think winrar lets u add though..]

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    Yes, use Nero's burn image option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realg187
    U think if i use winrar to extract and burn a data CD will that work?? [cuz if u use the image option u cant add files later, what about if I add files to the ISO then burn?? I dont think winrar lets u add though..]
    No ! that wont work. dont open .iso image or add files in it through WinRar.

    you dont know much about Linux OS or .iso image handling. i wonder what files you want to add in .iso image.

    i read a lot of your posts. you are asking a lot of irrelevant and same questions again n again. i believe you are joking around here. are you?







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    NOT JOKING, I never got around to actyually downlaoding til like yesterday sicne the tech guy at school h8s me..

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