10 special-purpose Linux distributions

One of the strengths of Linux and open-source in general is that it is infinitely customizable, allowing it to be used to power anything from a phone to a mainframe.  In addition, there are a wide variety of distributions available, some of which are targeted at specific tasks.  Ken Hess has compiled a valuable list of 10 special-purpose Linux distributions. You can find his list at:

http://www.daniweb.com/news/story239006.html

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