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Small Memory mini-HOWTO

Todd Burgess

 tburgess@uoguelph.ca 

2000-12-12

Revision History
Revision 0.12000-12-01Revised by: tb

Describes how to run Linux on a system with a small amount of memory.


Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. Linux Kernel
3. Virtual Consoles
4. Daemons
4.1. inetd
4.2. lpd
4.3. nfsd and mountd
4.4. portmap
4.5. sendmail
4.6. others
5. Conclusions