AMIGO Linux is one of the easiest ways yet to run Linux. Just unzip on a FAT partition and boot. No installation needed. The first time Amigo runs it will quickly detect your system’s hardware and configure itself. Pre-installed GUI desktop and power-user let you get right to work. No configuration needed. Easiest way yet to install a Slackware-compatible distro. Small (+200MB), fast distro is nearly as easy to use as a ‘live-CD Linux’ but without the disadvantages. Runs with as little as 16MB RAM. This is Low-Fat Linux at its’ best.
“Amigo Linux,” ibiblio catalog, accessed September 2, 2014, http://ibiblio.org/catalog/items/show/4464.