Is tccboot the next step for LFS?
johngay at eircom.net
Thu Nov 4 13:08:42 PST 2004
I realise subscribers read this last week, but I'm not subscribed, so . . .
TCCBOOT is a boot loader able to compile and boot a Linux kernel directly from
its source code. TCCBOOT is only 138 KB big (uncompressed code) and it can
compile and run a typical Linux kernel in less than 15 seconds on a 2.4 GHz
TCCBOOT, for the ultimate source-based distribution.
So I guess this is the next stage for LFS?
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