Robert Shingledecker has announced the release of Tiny Core Linux 3.7, a minimalist, but extensible desktop distribution in 10 megabytes: "Team Tiny Core is pleased to announce the release of Tiny Core Linux 3.7. Final change log: new multicore.iso both Tiny Core and Micro Core installation and network tools edition; new added kernel module for NTFS to base, allows read access to NTFS partition; new GUI loadpack to load, when required, Starter Pack after boot; updated rebuildfstab now supports NTFS-3G for NTFS-3G extension, allows read-write access; updated cpanel to reflect changes in the base; updated tc-functions to better handle TCVD virtual disk; updated network GUI to record udhcpc PID for services support when DHCP is requested...."
Here is the release announcement with a changelog.
Download: tinycore_3.7.iso (10.3MB, MD5). The "mulitcore" CD image with a graphical system installer is available from here: multicore_3.7.iso (45.5MB, MD5).
• 2011-05-01: Distribution Release: Tiny Core Linux 3.6
• 2011-02-14: Distribution Release: Tiny Core Linux 3.5
• 2010-12-19: Distribution Release: Tiny Core Linux 3.4
• 2010-11-23: Distribution Release: Tiny Core Linux 3.3
• 2010-10-15: Distribution Release: Tiny Core Linux 3.2
Install Tiny Core Linux.
1. Obtaining cfdisk and GRUB via Appbrowser
kernel /boot/bzImage quiet
For every letter after that, add one.
'b' is '1', 'c' is '2', 'd' is '3', etc.
Subtract 1 from y to get n.
'1' becomes '0', '2' becomes '1', '3' becomes '2', etc.
and that the use of hda for hdX means (hdM) is (hd0)