Meet Sparky Bonsai, SparkyLinux Portable Edition Featuring Joe's Window Manager
The Debian-based SparkyLinux operating system recently received a new community edition that you can run and use directly from a USB stick without installing anything on your personal computer.
While many of today’s GNU/Linux distributions come as a live medium that lets users test drive it without installing the actual OS on their computers, it would appear that some users are still interested in the type of systems that lives in a USB flash drive, running completely from there with persistence.
So today’s we’d like to introduce you Sparky Bonsai, a portable edition of the Debian-based SparkyLinux operating system that works in the same way famous portable distros like Slax, Puppy Linux, Porteus, and DebianDog work. It features the JWM (Joe’s Window Manager) stacking window manager for X11.
“Sparky Bonsai lives in a USB flash 4GB minimum and run with 512 MB of RAM on x86 proces… (read more)