Re: How much free space is on the CDs? Life-Filesystem
>>>>> " " == J A Bezemer <email@example.com> writes:
>> PS: I hope nobody minds using vesa2 framebuffer (slow but
>> compatible) and devfs support.
> Do you _have_ to use framebuffer? I personally would like it
> very much if things would also run on a 386 w/CGA, like
> "standard Debian" does ;-)
X will be difficult, since you need a non framebuffer X server and
that needs configuration.
People not able to use vesa2 and not comfortable with vga16 must
configure their X and save that configuration somewhere, so you need
to have to create/copy a small loopback file to a filesystem or mount
a filesystem natively.
I don't know how good I get that to work and I don't realy like to
mess with peoples data on a Demo-FS.
> Don't mind about devfs, as long as it "just works".
Far better than without. Its great to have only devices that actually
work in dev.
> Regards, Anne Bezemer