On Tue, Aug 13, 2002 at 12:48:18AM +0100, wintermute mentioned:
> How unimaginably difficult is this to do? There are as far as I know,
> no Linux kernel hackers, nor distros that originate from this fair
> island right? Right.
Antefacto Embedded Linux...did.
Nice little distro that'd run on a 64MB flash card (with 12MB free), with
a read-only root filesystem. Perfect for little embedded systems. It was a
very cut down version of RedHat 7.2.
Must see can we release the build system & everything. That was the
interesting bit. Distros, in general, are a waste of time. You've no idea
how much better something like Debian or RedHat could be than something
you did yourself, unless you picked a niche area.
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