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Eventhough this page is in spanish it has many links to distros ranging from 1MB to 50MB. http://blog.desdelinux.net/las-mejores-mini-distribuciones-linux/ By the way, Debian has small install distros (you can find them here) up to 280MB and you have the pros of a very stable distro with the minimum to start with comfortably.
You are looking for exactly the same like what is used for embedded systems. You can make use of many tools, infrastructure and documentation from this area. Depending on your definition of super tiny, there is a choice of more or less minimal systems. Besides specialized linux distributions, there are tools to strip down a common standard distribution to ...
I made my mini-research and it comes down to Linux Arch, which technically is what I'm asking for. But frankly, the OS is about 800MB big, so I expect it to have a lot of stuff I won't really need, again. Arch Linux is all about simplicity, and there is no way it could be as heavy as Ubuntu. If you think your Arch system is too heavy, you may also ...
Linux From Scratch (http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/) is about compiling a custom system according to your own wishes, you can choose what to put there, how to do it, and when to stop.
Debian contains the GNUStep Environment. To install it, run apt-get install gnustep.
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