Tiny Code

Floppy booting, Open Firmware, Bitlash, more Movizt.

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Side note: many of these are for x86 linux. If you don't have linux, find almost any old flash drive or memory card. Install Tiny Core Linux to it. Enable USB booting on your computer. Tiny Core is 10 megabytes and uses a highly modular packaging system. There is a copy on the boot partition of every computer I own, for the two or three times a year when I brick a primary partition. Tiny Core is actively maintained and dead simple to extend. It is a good fit with philosophy of minimalism.

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