cvs commit: src/tools/tools/nanobsd Makefile i386.diskimage
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Wed Mar 10 06:36:02 PST 2004
In message <200403101428.i2AESTHp037005 at green.homeunix.org>, "Brian F. Feldman"
>Poul-Henning Kamp <phk at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
>> phk 2004/03/10 02:28:34 PST
>> FreeBSD src repository
>> Added files:
>> tools/tools/nanobsd Makefile i386.diskimage make.conf
>> Add first cut at "nanobsd":
>> Nanobsd should make it very simple for people to create (CF-)disk images
>> for embedded us of FreeBSD.
>> Currently only works for 256MB disks. More agrressive shaving of the
>> build image can reduce that much further.
>Nice to have the capability without having to rewrite it each time :-)
>I didn't see anywhere that the libraries are trimmed down to only the ones
>to be used; the build system I've done does that for base system and for
>packages. Would you like a copy of that?
Well, the make.conf shaves what can be shaved, and I prefer to do it
that way, rather than to go in afterwards with surgical rm(1) usage,
but I'll take any kind of useful patches to nanobsd.
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