Tomsrtbt: a boot/root rescue/emergency floppy image with more stuff than fits.
Bzip2, 1722Mb formatting, and tighter compilation options helped jam it on. Last modification on August 24 2000.
Trinux: A Linux Security Toolkit: A micro-distribution that boots from floppies or a Windows partition and
comes with a complete set of network security tools. Last modification on August 5 2000.
Linux Router Project: Linux Router Project is a networking centric mini-distribution of Linux.
It is small enough to fit on a single 1.44MB floppy disk, and makes building
and maitaining routers, terminal servers, and typically embedded networking
systems next to trivial. Last modification on November 22 2000.
Yard: a suite of Perl scripts for creating rescue disks (also called
bootdisks) for Linux. A rescue disk is a self-contained Linux kernel and
filesystem on a floppy, usually used when you can't (or don't want to) boot off
your hard disk. A rescue disk usually contains utilities for diagnosing and
manipulating hard disks and filesystems. Last modification on September 11 2000.
Dragonlinux: Lightweight distribution (it fits on 2 floppy disks). Last modification on September 19 2000.
Xdenu: A very compact finnish distribution of Linux to turn a PC into an X
server. Last modification on February 19 1997.
DosLinux: Small linux distribution that can be installed on a existing
Dos/Win95/98 system Last modification on October 23 2000.
LOAF (Linux on a floppy): a tiny Linux distribution that fits on a single floppy. Its intended
goal is to be a quick and dirty networking client. It includes basic networking
stuff like ifconfig, route, ping, traceroute, telnet, ssh and lynx. Last modification on November 17 2000.
LEM Linux: LEM Linux is a small (< 11 Mo) distrib for embedded apps needing base
system + network + X Server. Last modification on February 15 2000.
Alfalinux: Slackware Linux on two floppy disks Last modification on October 19 2000.
CClinux: Single floppy linux based on 2.2.x kernels with GNU tools Last modification on July 4 2000.
ShareTheNet: Linux router on a floppy with a Windows based setup. Last modification on January 14 2000.