ttylinux is a small collection of very small GNU/Linux distributions; the smallest can fit in 8 MB of disk space. It contains software needed to log in to an ISP by ethernet, modem, or ISDN and surf the Web. The minimum hardware requirement for ttyliux-i486 is a 486SX with 24 MB of RAM and 16 MB hard drive space.
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Release Notes: The version number was skipped from 10.0 to 14.0 to reflect the GLIBC version used in ttylinux. Updates were made from GCC 4.4.4 to 4.4.6 and from GLIBC 2.13 to 2.14. module-init-tools 3.16 was replaced with kmod 6, and udev 163 was updated to 182.
Release Notes: All ttylinux variants now use the same revision number (this makes it look like a backwards step for some ttylinux variants, but it isn't). busybox was upgraded from 1.18.5 to 1.19.3, e2fsprogs from 1.41.14 to 1.42, and iptables from 18.104.22.168 to 1.4.12.
Release Notes: This release updates busybox to 1.18.4, the Linux kernel to 22.214.171.124, and also adds new ttylinux variants for BeagleBoard and WRTU54G-TM.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs with the GCC-based C development environment. There also are some improvements and bug fixes for package installation with the ttylinux pacman.
Release Notes: This release adds a "ws" ttylinux variant for G3/G4 Macintosh, and for i686 and x86_64 PCs. It adds ALSA sound, a frame buffer for VESA, Intel, ATI, and Nvidia graphics interfaces, and a GCC-based C development environment. It all runs in a big 64 MB root file system RAM disk.