Re: busybox in woody (was Re: first weekly debian-installer status report)
On Sun Nov 12, 2000 at 03:11:53PM -0500, Adam Di Carlo wrote:
> > Once Erik uploads busybox udebs, he will also be uploading the source,
> > and I think a regular .deb with busybox packaged for a regular system.
> > So the boot-floppies can use either of those.
> Ok, so in woody we'll be using the busybox*.deb file to build the root
> filesystem, pretty much using the same mechanisms already defined in
> scripts/rootdisk, correct?
> Will means be provided to create the requisite symlinks in /usr/bin ?
<sorry for being slaw to get back to this -- just when I thought I was
going to get this last weekend to work on this they send me to Europe
on business. I just got back last night>
I am open to suggestions on exactly what you want things to like like for
woody. With the latest busybox, all symlinks are relative one. Therefore, I
was thinking I would just create the normal hierarchy, but instead of under /
put everything under /usr/lib/busybox. Sound agreeable? So you could simply
extract /usr/lib/busybox from busybox.#.deb and mv /usr/lib/busybox/* to the
target. All the other junk (docs, manpages, etc) would be ignored. Does this
Erik B. Andersen email: email@example.com
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