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> I wonder what audience your product is targeting?

Well - not embedded systems, at this point. Regular PCs.

I wonder - did your Linux distros include an X server?

I mean, I'm not against small distros. Why would I be. I'd love to
have a small distro :) I just did something that works. It may be
improved upon in any way fit.

As I said - the size race is open!


On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 6:25 PM, Axel Kittenberger <> wrote:
> I worked in a company which developed embedded-linux devices for which
> a software image fitted into a 2MB EPROM. Back then we had a 4MB
> EProms, and for a safe update always used only half, so the old image
> is kept while a new image been written. 2MB was compressed: Linux
> kernel with all needed drivers, clibs and other essential libraries,
> busybox, some network tools, even a webserver, and of course the
> custom applications been developed.
> I wonder what audience your product is targeting?