Hyper-V Program Manager
For those who don't know - Damn Small Linux is a version of Linux designed to fit in under 50mb. It is really quite impressive and a lot of fun to use under Virtual PC. If you download the LiveCD ISO image you can boot it directly under Virtual PC with no need to install it - or to perform any configuration, as it correctly identifies and configures all of our emulated devices:
Damn Small Linux uses the FluxBox Windows Manager (one of my favorite WMs) and provides a very snappy and easy to setup Linux experience under Virtual PC. One of the things I appreciate most about Damn Small Linux is that the configuration out of the box provides a pretty much instantaneous 'command prompt' (XTerminal) launch. Nothing bugs me more than systems that take multiple seconds to open a command prompt - I mean for crying out loud - this is something that should be simple and straight forward :-)
I installed Damn Small Linux 4.11RC2 in a Compaq Presario 2292.
I am now using this computer as a web server!
I wrote some tips and tricks on how to install Damn Small Linux 4.11RC2 and use it as a web server, that you can find in:
I wish it is helpful to someone!!!