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|Company / developer||The SliTaz GNU/Linux Association
|Source model||Open source|
|Initial release||22 March 2008|
|Latest stable release||4.0 / April 10, 2012|
|Latest unstable release||4.0 RC3 / March 20, 2012|
|Kernel type||Monolithic (Linux kernel)|
|Default user interface||LXDE, JWM|
|License||GNU GPL and various others|
System requirements 
SliTaz GNU/Linux is supported on all machines based on the i486 or x86 Intel compatible processors. The Live CD has four variants of SliTaz, requiring from 192 MB of RAM for the Core system to 48 MB for a text mode and X Window System. Slitaz can even run in 16 megabytes of RAM and a little swap memory.  SliTaz can be booted from a Live CD, Live USB, floppy disk, or a local area network, or can be installed, requiring approximately 100 MB of hard disk space.
Release history 
|1.0||23 March 2008||Stable version|
|2.0||16 April 2009||Stable version|
|3.0||28 March 2010||Stable version|
|4.0||10 April 2012||Current stable version|
See also 
- Comparison of Linux Live Distros
- Lightweight Linux distribution
- List of Linux distributions that run from RAM
- "SliTaz 1.0 Release Notes". SliTaz. Retrieved 5 August 2012.
- "SliTaz 4.0 Release Notes". SliTaz. Retrieved 5 August 2012.
- "SliTaz". Linux Magazine. Retrieved 5 August 2012.
- "Loram-CDrom". Slitaz.
- "From BIOS to /etc/init.d/rcS". SliTaz Doc. Retrieved 5 August 2012.
- "Introduction to the project". SliTaz. Retrieved 5 August 2012.
- SliTaz @ DistroWatch
- Ready to use Virtualbox images for SliTaz Gnu/Linux
- Unetbootin homepage
- SliTaz Review
- CodigoLibre Instalar Slitaz ESP