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#26 2023-10-27 16:32:12

greenjeans
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Re: Building a standard kernel for a specific computer.

^68 mb, is that correct?

Holy cow! That's amazing.


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#27 2023-10-27 17:41:50

aluma
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Re: Building a standard kernel for a specific computer.

@greenjeans

Glad to welcome you!
I'm sorry, I don't quite understand what 68 mb you're talking about.

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#28 2023-10-27 18:17:14

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Re: Building a standard kernel for a specific computer.

Uh... 68M is the directory size? There's two kernels in there.

Stock: 7.7M kernel + 37M initrd = 44.7M
Custom: 5.3M kernel + 14M initrd = 19.3M

Anyone excited by that may also want to check out TinyCoreLinux.


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#29 2023-10-27 18:41:05

aluma
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Re: Building a standard kernel for a specific computer.

boughtonp wrote:

Uh... 68M is the directory size? There's two kernels in there.

Stock: 7.7M kernel + 37M initrd = 44.7M
Custom: 5.3M kernel + 14M initrd = 19.3M

Anyone excited by that may also want to check out TinyCoreLinux.

Thanks I got it.
Yes, you have defined everything correctly.

Regareds.

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