Into the Core: A look at Tiny Core Linux
by Lauri Kasanen
Publisher: TinyCoreLinux.net 2013
Number of pages: 163
The Core book gives a gentle introduction to Core, its concepts, and how it functions. It covers Core from start to finish. The concepts are explained in detail, from usage details to internals, ending up with several example projects.
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