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Simple operating system based on Linux that uses "modules", and loads everything into RAM. Can be persistent too.

TinyCore Alternatives

The best TinyCore alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Dietpi is a debian based operative system made to install new apps easyer.

    Open Source

  2. 17

    FatDog64 is the lightweight 64-bit multi-user Linux distribution.

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    Plop Linux is a small distribution built from scratch that can boot from CD, DVD, USB flash drive...

  5. 18

    DebianDog is very small Debian Live CD shaped to look and act like Puppy Linux.

  6. 17

    Learn how to install Porteus, about Porteus modules and getting porteus to work with wifi internet.

  7. 17

    CRUX is a lightweight Linux distribution for the x86-64 architecture targeted at experienced Linux...

  8. 18

    runs all your existing IBM OS/2 programs on today's hardware

  9. 15

    Lubuntu is a fast and lightweight operating system with a clean and easy-to-use user interface. The core of the system is based on Linux and Ubuntu. Lubuntu uses the minimal desktop LXDE, and a selection of light applications.

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    9 hours ago - It does include a proprietary software set optimized for business users, students, researchers and developers." A list of features and further details can be found in the company's release announcement.

  11. 15

    ToaruOS is the complete operating system for the desktop operating system of ARMv8.

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    Ubuntu is a Debian Linux-based open source operating system for desktop computers.

    Open Source

  13. 14

    Mezzano is another operating system that is written in a common lisp.

  14. 13

    IBM OS/2 is a series of computer operating systems that is created by Microsoft and IBM under the leadership of software designer Ed Iacobucci.

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