A lightweight linux distrolet based on Debian Sid.
What is a nanobyte?
Theoretically, a nanobyte would be 10 ^(-9) byte (one billionth of a byte). However, a byte consists of 8 bits and a bit cannot be divided, so the minimum we could get is one eighth of a byte. So a nanobyte doesn't really exist.
- Debian Sid
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