Damn Small Linux is a business card size (50MB) bootable Live CD Linux distribution. Damn Small Linux is a business card size (50MB) bootable Live CD Linux distribution. Despite its tiny size, Damn Small Linux strives to have a functional and easy to use desktop.Having a working desktop Linux distro on a bootable CD 50 MB card is just too cool not to do. Damn Small Linux has a nearly complete desktop, including XMMS (MP3 and MPEG), FTP client, Dillo web browser, links web browser, FireFox, spreadsheet, Sylpheed email, spell checker (U.S. English), word-processor (FLwriter ), four editors (Beaver, nvi, Zile [emacs clone], and Nano [Pico clone]), graphics editing and viewing (Xpaint and xzgv), Xpdf, emelFM (file manager), Naim (AIM, ICQ, IRC), VNCviwer, Rdesktop, SSH / SCP server and client, DHCP client, PPP, PPPoE (ADSL), a web server, Calculator, generic and GhostScript printer support, NFS, Fluxbox window manager , games, applications, system monitoring, a host of tools command line, USB, and PCMCIA support, some wireless support.it you like DSL you can install on your hard drive. Because all applications are small and light it makes a very good choice for seniors hardware.Originally DSL was based on Model_k, who did an excellent distillation of Knoppix to 33 megabytes. But newer versions are a reduction of Knoppix proper.As many know Knoppix is based on Debian which really made my job much easier, but the applications on the CD are not pure Debian. I use a few applications that are Not available via apt-get.