Kernel Minimums

Jim Gifford lfs at jg555.com
Mon Dec 6 10:37:25 PST 2004


DHAJOGLO wrote:

>As noted in the kernel compilation of chapter 8 (lfs 5.1.1) the linux installation depends on the following packages:
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>Bash, Binutils, Coreutils, Findutils, GCC, Glibc, Grep, Gzip, Make, Modutils, Perl, Sed.
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>Yet we install everything from man to gcc-2.95.3.  Is there a list of the "bare minimum" packages that can be installed to get the kernel up and running (providing the framework to configure, compile and boot the kernel).  I can guess some from the descriptions but I'm not sure if others are needed at various points along the way. Perhaps the dependances listed above are sufficient?
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>Note that I am aware that such things are not "recommended" but in the vein of experimentation I think such a list would be nice to have.
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>-Dave
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The book provides a minimum build of the the toolchain and basic 
functionailty, if you just want a kernel, which is useless with out the 
other programs.

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