Not sure, I am not familiar with that. But 2.4.32 comes in at around
948K with ext2/3, isofs, dosfs, usb/ms, and about a dozen network card
drivers. Busybox with most programs enabled along with dialog, mke2fs
and e2fsck spliced in as addons, is about 720K (uncompressed), and the
whole thing with a few of our shell scripts is about 40K under the 1.44M
Richard Smith wrote:
On 1/13/06, Steve Gehlbach <steve(a)nexpath.com>
If you could provide a roadmap on how to do this,
or even better have a
chance to do it yourself for 2.4.27+ (2.4.32 would be great), that would
_really_ be useful.
2.4 is a smaller kernel than 2.6, and for supporting legacy systems that
only boot from floppies, I regularly use it on a single boot floppy,
using uclibc and busybox, along with e2fs tools and also dialog, for
Is is smaller than a linux tiny kernel?
Richard A. Smith