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SubjectRe: building a very basic minimal LINUX.
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On Friday 13 September 2002 03:08 am, Vishal wrote:
> Hi all,
> i want to start work on building a base linux system(i386 machine,32MB
> flash,with networking support) to be installed on flash for an embedded
> system. Can anyone direct me to any information\docs\ideas for starting
> off with such work?.
> Thanks in advance.
> regards,
> Vishal

Check the router project. I think the foundation you want is there
in that all the utilities for network support (plus a few more for
maintenance) is already done.

You may want to add some interpreters (perl, python,tcl/tk) or
whatever embeded application you have, but that would make
for a fairly usable system.
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