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What does DSL mean?
Damn Small Linux (DSL) is a free and open source linux based operating system for the x86 family of personal computers. Damn Small Linux is only 50 MB in size, which can be installed on storage media like USB flash drives, or can be run as Live CD.
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What is the full form of DSL in Operating Systems?
The full form of DSL is Damn Small Linux
What are the full forms of DSL in Computing?
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