Gentoo Archives: gentoo-embedded

From: Faithfull <faithfull@×××××××××××××.it>
To: gentoo-embedded@g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-embedded] Bering-uClibc
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 13:01:24
Message-Id: 1068469364.3192.9.camel@dualceleron.homenet
In Reply to: [gentoo-embedded] Bering-uClibc by Juan Jesus Prieto
Hi all, I'm new to gentoo-embedded. For the bootloader do you know the
LAB?
I's a linux that boot linux (like the old linuxbios).
http://www.handhelds.org/projects/bootldr-ng.html

Il lun, 2003-11-10 alle 10:44, Juan Jesus Prieto ha scritto:
> Hi all, > > First issue: I would like show you this link: > > http://leaf.sourceforge.net/mod.php?mod=userpage&menu=910&page_id=36 > > The bering-uclibc team have experience in the uclibc compiling. > > Second issue: Do you know the upx tool? It's really usefull for systems with > low memory storage (like embedded systems). upx-1.11 can compress linux > kernels (not implemented in the newest 1.24): > > http://upx.sourceforge.net/ > > I use it in LEAF for some binaries statically compiled (1.24) and for kernel > (1.11). I think it is a good idea to use this tool for building the binaries > packages. > > Third issue: If our main storage system will be a CF (NAND mainly), I think > using jffs2 (for storage system) and cramfs (for initrd) is the best choise, > but how is the compatibility of jffs2 with bootloaders like grub, redboot and > others? > > Regards.
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