Ttylinux 9.1 Supports USB HID

Jan 11, 2010

The very frugal ttylinux distro is available in version 9.1.

The newest aspect of ttylinux is that the kernel now supports USB Human Interface Devices (HID), which primarily serve in connecting USB keyboards. It also has a new init script and config files for the cron daemon.

The resource-saving ttylinux is ready-made for i486 machines with 24 MBytes RAM in Live memory. A hard drive installation requires only 8 MBytes disk space and 16 MBytes RAM. The Linux distro also supports Intel 64-bit CPUs.

Ttylinux 9.1 is available for download from the project page as ISO images and source code archive.

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