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I remember hearing about something similar.

My constraints are:

  • It may not be installed on the machine
  • It may not be booted via USB or LiveCD

What I need, in decreasing order of priority:
0. free
1. gcc, binutils, bash 
2. low network traffic e.g. =< 1kbps
3. sufficient resources to cross-compile gcc
4. ability to install programs from repos

I remember hearing about something similar.

My constraints are:

  • It may not be installed on the machine
  • It may not be booted via USB or LiveCD

What I need, in decreasing order of priority:
0. free
1. gcc, binutils, bash 2. low network traffic e.g. =< 1kbps
3. sufficient resources to cross-compile gcc
4. ability to install programs from repos

I remember hearing about something similar.

My constraints are:

  • It may not be installed on the machine
  • It may not be booted via USB or LiveCD

What I need, in decreasing order of priority:
0. free
1. gcc, binutils, bash 
2. low network traffic e.g. =< 1kbps
3. sufficient resources to cross-compile gcc
4. ability to install programs from repos

2 added 2 characters in body
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I remember hearing about something similar.

My constraints are:

  • It may not be installed on the machine
  • It may not be booted via USB or LiveCD

What I need, in descendingdecreasing order of priority: 
0. free
1. gcc, binutils, bash 2. low network traffic e.g. =< 1kbps
3. sufficient resources to cross-compile gcc
4. ability to install programs from repos

I remember hearing about something similar.

My constraints are:

  • It may not be installed on the machine
  • It may not be booted via USB or LiveCD

What I need, in descending order of priority: 0. free
1. gcc, binutils, bash 2. low network traffic e.g. =< 1kbps
3. sufficient resources to cross-compile gcc
4. ability to install programs from repos

I remember hearing about something similar.

My constraints are:

  • It may not be installed on the machine
  • It may not be booted via USB or LiveCD

What I need, in decreasing order of priority: 
0. free
1. gcc, binutils, bash 2. low network traffic e.g. =< 1kbps
3. sufficient resources to cross-compile gcc
4. ability to install programs from repos

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Is there a linux distro, that is not installed, but runs from the browser?

I remember hearing about something similar.

My constraints are:

  • It may not be installed on the machine
  • It may not be booted via USB or LiveCD

What I need, in descending order of priority: 0. free
1. gcc, binutils, bash 2. low network traffic e.g. =< 1kbps
3. sufficient resources to cross-compile gcc
4. ability to install programs from repos