Palm Smaller Linux (PSL) – a compilation of GNU/Linux software, run completely from CD. It automatically recognizes and supports many types of graphic cards, sound cards, SCSI devices and other peripheral devices.
PALM Smaller Linux (PSL) can be adapted and used as a Linux demo, a training course CD, a rescue system or as a platform for commercial software product demos. It is not necessary to install anything on fixed disk. Using transparent decompression, up to 2 gigabyes of executable software can be put on a CD (this CD, for instance, has 1700MB of software on it).
– Intel-compatible CPU (i486 or better),
– 20 MB of ram for text mode, and at least 82 MB for graphic mode with KDE. (To run various Office applications, at least 128 MB is recommended),
– a bootable CD-ROM/DVD drive (IDE/ATAPI, Firewire, USB or SCSI),
– a standard SVGA-compatible graphics card,
– and a standard serial or PS/2 mouse, or IMPS/2-compatible USB Mouse.
Palm Smaller Linux 0.1 is based on Knoppix 3.4.