ubuntu lucid's 15second startup is very nice, and that's a full system.
presumably a minimal netboot install would do for you, then you can add or
remove packages as you see fit.
Ive just downloaded and put tinycore in a VM. However it doesn't have xhost,
> only xauth. Which would require them to generate cookies every time (and tbh
> these users would probably not know how to do it).
>> Ill see if there are any packages for it that would make it easier.
>> > What im looking for is a small VM, or somesuch, that I can give to people
> that need to see these GUI's.
> > The more basic the better. All the user will be doing is running "xhost
> +" or whatever, and then exporting the display from the UNIX system for
> their clicky goodness.
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