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- First liveCD desktop offering backup/restore capability
- First desktop oriented Live CD distribution to use the Kdrive (tiny X) servers.
- First Live CD which used download scripts to add additionally software to ramdisk.
- First desktop oriented Linux distribution to use the space saving BusyBox.
- First complete Linux distribution to also deploy extendable modules which may be used either from a Live CD or on a partitioned hard drive.
- First desktop oriented Live CD small enough to fit on a business card CD.
- June 2003, Linux User magazine of Germany reviews Damn Small 0.3.3
- 19 August 2003, Distrowatch Interview
- Linux Magazine of Italy distributes 0.4.5 with magazine
- Linux Format Magazine distributes Damn Small with their Christmas addition
- January 8, 2004, OS news review by Walter Kruse
- Febuary 11, 2004 Linux.com review by Russell Pavlicek
- Linux User & Development issue 26 gives a mini-review and distributes a copy of Damn Small on CD
- March 2004, Linux Format again distributes Damn Small Linux with magazine
- On Sunday Apr. 04 The Miami Herald touts DSL for being lite and efficient
- May 3, 2004 -- Damn Small Linux highlighted on TechTV's The Screen Savers