> That's not bad on a VM! Maybe it's not that "virtual" after all? I
> must say that Linux Mint + PicoLisp is a wonderful combination. ;-)
Very interesting, Jon! I'm looking for a tiny minimalistic linux for
hosting picolisp in an virtual maching (VMware in my case).
I would like to have a 1-cpu-VM running picolisp on a Windows Host.
No X Windows or so, just minimalistic (preferred 64bit) Linux with pl.
But Linux Mint is not tiny, isn't it?
Enhancing my question: is there already a vm virtual appliance?
Would'nt make that sense for spreading picolisp to Windows User?
At least to give them a chance to watch at it without simply by loading
that vm to their vm player?
Having kind of a 'reference runtime envrionment' ?
Picolisp + minimalistic linux should possibly reside in a very handy VM
file, I think?