I wish this list of them is helpful:
- Lightweight compared to its parent distribution Slackware
- Lightweight version of its parent distribution Mepis Linux, based on Debian stable.Core Install: 128 MB, Base approx 300 MB. Package Manager: Synaptic
- A very lightweight distribution capable of running on an Intel 386 and 3 MB of RAM
- A lightweight and minimalistic distribution, based on Ubuntu 10.04
- Successor to DeLi Linux, based on Arch Linux. Minimum hardware requirements: i586 compatible processor - 64 MB RAM - 2 GB hard disk.
Damn Small Linux
- Download 50 MB. Additional software available as "DSL Extensions" and using the Debian APT tool, which has to be installed. "Light enough to power a 486DX with 16MB of Ram"
- A fork of DeLi Linux, targeted at old, low RAM Computers.
- Lightweight in comparison to Ubuntu. 600 MB download. Package Manager:Synaptic
Peppermint OS Two
- 447 MB download. Package Manager:Package Manager or Synaptic
- It weighs in at under 300 MB, making it a lightweight contender
- Lightweight relative to most other Linux distributions. Download: 133MB. Package Manager: Synaptic (Lucid Puppy Ubuntu Compatible version)
- Described by DistroWatch as "lightweight".
- 25 MB distribution. Package Manager is Tazpkg with its repository of packages
Tiny Core Linux
- 12 MB distribution. Software repository: TCZ packages
- 64 MB distribution
- Lightweight compared to its parent distribution Slax
- Light weight in comparison to Ubuntu and Kubuntu
See the wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightwe...x_distribution