Wyse D10D: Linux 





As you would expect from something with a standard BIOS I had no problems running Tiny Core 7.2 from a pen drive.

Out of interest I then fitted an 8GB SSD and installed Tiny Core 7.2 to that. I then proceeded to compile the Tiny Core kernel on the D-class machine - something I'd done previously on the Z-class hardware.

real43m 23.11s49m 16.16s
user41m 21.27s46m 56.87s
sys1m 46.47s2m 03.65s

So, as one would expect from the different clock rates (1.65GHz vs 1.4GHz), the Z-class is a little faster than the D-class!


Any comments? email me. Added March 2017