[nycbug-talk] FreeBSD minimum memory
trish at bsdunix.net
Tue Sep 12 06:28:36 EDT 2006
Yes, but if you have the knowhow to create a special boot cd, you've also got the knowhow to trim the linux compat libs down, they're so bloated because they contain a 'mini distribution' of binaries as well......
Essentially for it to REALLY work all you really need is the binary compat kernel module and some statically (and as such, self contained) compiled linux bins....
From: Francisco Reyes <lists at stringsutils.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 22:40:31
To:george at sddi.net
Cc:NYCBUG <talk at lists.nycbug.org>
Subject: Re: [nycbug-talk] FreeBSD minimum memory
George R. writes:
> Interesting post I found from the Richard B's Tao of Security blog:
Indeed very interesting.
Linux Binary Compat. 255 127
I had no idea that used so much disk.
Not a big deal for a modern HD, but for anything minimalistic like working
on doing a special purpose boot CD... 127MB is a lot.
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