I had a quick and probably dumb question, where in 'make' can I change the parameters so flashrom will compile as a static or stand alone binary? I found an old email where Gianluigi Tiesi says( http://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg05104.html) to add -static to the end of the cc list in his example but I cannot find anything that resembles it in the current make file. I looked at the instructions for the DOS compile but I was not sure if I needed to use this method and if I could even add all the lib headers required to run flashrom. I am trying to run flashrom on a thin client so I can install an updated version of Linux. Right now they only run a custom Linux build that uses a 2.4 kernel and I would like to have the system open to run an updated kernel and software. I do believe a bootstrap or lilo configuration is in place but I will not know for sure to modify it until I have the ability to read and write to the bios. It would be great if this program was more standalone centric since a full blown os is not always available.
So some pointers or advice would be awesome, thanks in advance!