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the lightest way to have a GUI in Linux? [closed]

I have been using Gnome and KDE for a while, and I am now running Compiz standalone... Regarding system resource, I think the most heavy ones are feature-rich desktop environments (Gnome, KDE), then ...
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Linux OS running a single application

I want to build a Linux based OS which is custom made for only one application and is totally light-weight and uses minimum system resources. How do I go about this? Would stripping down an already ...
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Command Line Linux Distro for i386 and 128MB RAM

I'm looking for a command line Linux distro that runs under 128Mb of RAM and works with i386. All the distros that I've looked at so far seem to be too big, don't support that old of a processor, or ...
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looking for light weight Linux for a old 104 pc [closed]

I am looking for a light weight Linux for a PC that runs at 200 Mhz with 256 Megs of RAM. I was thinking maybe Lubuntu, as the system requirements state it needs at least a Pentium 2 generation with ...
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What are some options for lightweight distros, specifically for virtulization? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which Linux distro is most lightweight for running virtual machines? I've been using Linux for a year or two full time. I do a lot of programming, and I'm pretty good ...
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light linux server for small business [closed]

I want to convert my old pc (733Mhz CPU, 40 Gb HD, 256 Mb RAM) to a nexus server(Local Maven repository). I don't need no GUI. I have read about puppy, MacPup and Lubuntu here, but I don't know if ...