muLinux is a miniature, but nearly full-featured distribution (i.e., version) of Linux that can fit on a single floppy disk and can turn almost any personal computer into a temporary but powerful Linux machine in a matter of minutes.

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  • Great Job making a floppy that boots & works. I had a problem with using fdformat to format the floppy on Debian 8.x (32 Bit) Changed the code to comment out the existing SUPERFORMAT() Routine, and to this to see what the $device really was: echo -n "Do You want to ${op} $device (y/n) ? [y]> " #### Line 183 superformat --superverify $device #### Line 188 Now, it formats any previously bad floppy, and copies files to floppy at /DEV/FD0, and boots. I just have to clone it to my Microdrive, and finish testing. GREAT JOB for mulinux, and it is greatly appreciated. Debian 8.x required this to be added at the end of /home/user/.bashrc: export PATH=./:${PATH} #### Allows mu.cnf to be found in the path (current DIR) # use source .bashrc to update the env without logoff or reboot. THANKS AGAIN! Larry

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  • mulinux is very goood!!!

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