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- Name: - Slitaz
- Version: 4.0
- Official website: http://www.slitaz.org/en/
- License: Proprietary software
- Wikpedia Page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SliTaz
- Download: http://www.erpxe.com/downloads
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SliTaz GNU/Linux is a community-based software project started in 2006 by Christophe Lincoln.
It is a Linux distribution with a root filesystem that takes up approximately 100 MB of disk space, and its ISO image installation media is around 35 MB.
SliTaz, which stands for Simple Light Incredible Temporary Autonomous Zone, boots from either a CD or a USB key, into an Openbox desktop, and uses BusyBox for many of its core functions.
It has a wide range of desktop and rescue software available and can be loaded entirely into RAM, or installed to a hard drive.
Linux Installation Instructions
Download slitaz40-XXX.tar.gz to /
extract slitaz40-XXX.tar.gz file:
tar -xvzf slitaz40-XXX.tar.gz
Download Slitaz 4.0 ISO Latest Version to /mnt/ :
Mount ISO file to temporary location (/mnt/cdrom/)
mkdir /mnt/cdrom/ mount -o loop /mnt/slitaz-4.0-XXX.iso /mnt/cdrom/
Copy ROOTFS.GZ, BZIMAGE to appropriate directory: (LOWER CASE ONLY!)
cp /mnt/cdrom/BOOT/ROOTFS.GZ /tftpboot/er/plugins/slitaz/rootfs.gz cp /mnt/cdrom/BOOT/BZIMAGE /tftpboot/er/plugins/slitaz/bzimage
Verify files with filelist.txt in each folder.