I made a mistake. I'm sorry, these projects use *busybox*. Don't know
if they use UClibC or not. Some wires in my brain got crossed.
Sorry about that.
But, I do recommend UClibC.
On Mon, Jun 09, 2003 at 11:49:51AM -0700, Jeff Baitis wrote:
> I highly recommend looking at the UClibC project. Erik's code is a pleasure to
> work with. http://www.uclibc.org/
> It is even possible to build libstdc++ with UClibC, if you are so inclined...
> And, a number of commercial projects use UClibC , such as Linksys:
> and Belkin:
> <shameless YRO plug>
> On Mon, Jun 09, 2003 at 07:37:19PM +0200, Baruch Chaikin wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm using MIPS kernel 2.4.18 with NFS file system mounted on a RedHat
> > machine. This works fine, but is unsuitable for system deployment. Do
> > you have hints for me where to start, in order to put the file system on
> > flash? The platform I'm using is very limited - only one MTD block of
> > 2.5 MB is available for the file system, out of a 4 MB flash:
> > 0.5 MB is allocated for the firmware code
> > 1.0 MB for the compressed kernel image
> > 2.5 MB for the (compressed?) file system
> > For example, I've noticed LibC itself is ~5 MB !
> > Thanks for any tip,
> > - Baruch.
> Jeffrey Baitis - Associate Software Engineer
> Evolution Robotics, Inc.
> 130 West Union Street
> Pasadena CA 91103
> tel: 626.535.2776 | fax: 626.535.2777 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeffrey Baitis - Associate Software Engineer
Evolution Robotics, Inc.
130 West Union Street
Pasadena CA 91103
tel: 626.535.2776 | fax: 626.535.2777 | email@example.com