PeeWeeLinux is a small Linux distribution for embedded applications. It is based on a RedHat 6.1 development platform, and features a graphical configuration tool, minimized XFree86 for embedded use, and small packages suitable for floppy-based systems. PeeWeeLinux differs from other small Linux distributions in that it is fully customizeable; its development environment allows for the building of embedded sytems from small single floppy routers to thin clients running from 64MB flash drives.
Release Notes: The requirement for ncurses4 was removed. The pwlconfig tool now works correctly with newer Linux distributions.
Release Notes: Packages to support streaming MP3 from file and live input were added, along with minor changes to the kernel package.
Release Notes: This release includes many bugfixes in the pwlconfig scripts, and a new kernel package.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed and features added to the pwlconfig scripts. Some packages were added.
Release Notes: This release includes framebuffer support in the basic kernel, several new applications, and numerous bugfixes.