Re: Embedded and ARM Debian Sprint
2010/11/11 David Madden <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On 11/11/2010 08:29 AM, Bill Gatliff wrote:
>> 1. I love the idea of a Debian system based on uClibc rather than
>> glibc. But I know that's a lot harder than it sounds.
> So anyway, OpenWRT might be a good place to look for inspiration.
I agree, OpenWRT is great tool (inspired on buildroot), it has always
worked for me on a variety of devices. It does support glibc, uClibc,
EGlibc,... It's menuconfig environment is quite modular.
Would it make sense to base on those projects (OE/yocto,
OpenWRT/buildroot,..) to bring up an Emdebian/Crush (!= Debian)
I am still quite convinced that best approach to follow for
Emdebian/Crush is the use of cross compilable udeb packages to build
up custom initrds and user lands. (note: I believe there was some
effort to make udeb packages upgradeable).
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