Category Archives: Linux

If you’re using an ultra-low power system with a VIA x86-64 CPU for Tiny Core Linux, chances are the video chip is also made by VIA. There are no hardware-accelerated display drivers readily available for the pure 64-bit version of … Continue reading

It is fairly well known that you can boot Linux from read-only media, such as a DVD. This works by booting the OS normally, but uses an invisible, writable overlay stored in RAM to make changes to its pseudo-file system. … Continue reading

If you’re new to Tiny Core Linux, one of the first things you’ll notice is how lightweight it is. You may also have wondered if it could be used as a highly efficient server on low-power hardware. Today, it’s still … Continue reading