Minimal Linux Live (MLL) is a tiny educational Linux distribution, which is designed to be built from scratch by using a collection of automated shell scripts. Minimal Linux Live offers a core environment with just the Linux kernel, GNU C library, and Busybox userland utilities. (by ivandavidov)
The b950 cpu doesn't have vt-x (like my N450!) So I run Vbox version 5.x=last and (this)[https://github.com/ivandavidov/minimal/releases/download/28-Jan-2018/minimal_linux_live_28-Jan-2018_32-bit_bios.iso] 32bit busybox-only 8MB!.iso (mll distro)[http://DistroWatch.com/mll] in a 0.1GB ram Vbox. Learn these ash cmds: https://busybox.net/downloads/BusyBox.html wget static binaries, even .deb pkgs or maybe from http://s.minos.io/
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