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    SubjectRe: Easy trick to reduce kernel footprint
    On Mon, Jun 06, 2005 at 07:07:43AM -0400, Wakko Warner wrote:

    > My initramfs is passed via initrd so that I can change any aspect of it with
    > out recompiling the kernel (or maybe i could use a better understanding of
    > initramfs) I compared bzImage to bupxImage and the savings I got was around
    > 50kb difference IIRC.

    With what algo and what kernel size ?
    With the close-source upx-1.93 linked with the NRV compression, I often
    observe an average 15-20% gain on the bzImage size if it does not embed
    an initramfs. I remember that the UCL library was not as good as the NRV,
    so I've stopped using it a long time ago.

    Regards,
    Willy

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