Run Damn Small Linux in Windows
The following tutorial explains how we were able to Run Damn Small Linux in Windows using Qemu Emulation technology. Damn Small Linux (DSL) is a tiny Linux Operating System created by John Andrews that is based on a Knoppix 2.4 Kernel. The advantage of DSL is that it runs well on older and slower computers and will fit on even a 64MB USB Flash Drive or other portable device.
Damn Small Linux running in Windows using Qemu
DSL Distribution Home Page: Damnsmalllinux.org
Minimum Flash Drive Capacity: 64MB
How to Run Damn Small Linux in Windows
- Download the dsl-embedded.zip and extract its contents to your Flash Drive. If you plan to also Boot natively from DSL, replace this step with step 1-3 of this "Make a Damn Small Linux Flash Drive" tutorial.
- Click dsl-base.bat to launch Damn Small Linux inside Windows
See the readme.txt that is included in the DSL package for additional options.
Run Damn Small Linux in Windows published under USB Virtual Machine Emulation