Robert Shingledecker announced a few hours ago, July 7th, the immediate availability for download of the Tiny Core 4.5.6 Linux operating system.
Tiny Core Linux 4.5.6 is yet another small maintenance release, which updates various packages and tools, such as:
· Apps GUI was updated to call Busybox md5sum, in order to not conflict with the coreutils extension;
· ScmApps GUI was also updated to call Busybox md5sum;
· tc-restore was updated to support autoscanning, when the “base” option is used.
Tiny Core is one of the smallest Linux distros out there, weighing in at just 10 MB, but still providing a full graphical environment.
The distro is designed to be a highly mobile distro coming with just the bare-bones minimum, Linux kernel 3.x, Busybox, Tiny X, and Fltk. Download Tiny Core Linux 4.5.6
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