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- Simon Colins
September 23, 2004, 4:08 pm
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Re: Linux embedded PC104
You'd be better off just downloading the kernel source and build your
own. I say this because any pre-packaged system will have kilo-bytes of
code you'll never need or use, and won't have stuff that you may want
e.g. i2c support. Also do a google search for 'Busybox' and 'Tinylogin'.
While you're at it investigate using uClibc.
Take heart, it can be done. My system runs from an 8Mb flash and there's
over 4Mb free.
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