I am using GALPon Minino (Pussycat SHED if Google translate is to be believed) right now on a computer too old for #!. I am so impressed with this Debian based distro. It may be the best small distro I have ever used but that will have to wait for the test of time. If anyone else has tried it I would like to hear if it worked good for you too.http://linux.softpedia.com/get/System
A while ago I was asking for comments about a good programmer's distro for an older laptop.
This time I'd like to hear comments about a good embedded programmer's distro for older 3-core phenom machine.
The way I define good here:
1) Freely downloaded from the net
2) Well equipped with easily installed SW development tools (targeted to programmers, or at least not away from programmers)
Howdi just discovered crunchbang from distro watch, Come from an Ubuntu < 10.10 background, then after Unity reared its head moved to opensuse and then when I couldn't stand yast decided to go to Fedora 16 but for some reason it refuses to work on my laptop, installs fine but then wont boot :(So off to Distro Watch seen crunchbang and I'm so glad Fedora didn't work now as crunchb
I have a relative good experience on Unix-like systems, such as Debian and Gentoo.
I started working with Android and i noticed many differences compared to a regular Linux distro.
What reference i should follow to build an Android distro from scratch?