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Negus Live Linux Series The Official Damn Small Linux Book: The Tiny Adaptable Linux That Runs on Anything by Christopher Negus, John Andrews, Robert Shingledecker

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Chapter 8. Installing DSL in Alternate Ways

Running Damn Small Linux (DSL) from a live CD works fine in many cases. But there are also good reasons for running DSL from hard disk. Some older PCs can’t boot from a CD drive or may have no CD drive at all. There can also be speed and convenience reasons for running DSL from your hard drive. Some procedures described in this chapter let you install DSL on your hard drive without erasing the Windows or Linux systems that may be already installed.

Chapter 2, “Booting DSL,” describes how to run DSL from a bootable CD or a DSL CD and DSL boot floppy. This chapter discusses:

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