Subject: Re: Sysinst 1.6.2 doesn't work on PB 150
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Joshua Coombs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/07/2004 12:33:27
> >One suggestion...
> >First change from -O2 to -Os, that way you get all optimizations
> >that do not increase binary size.
> Thanks a lot :)
> Where (how) can I know what does this '-Os' mean?
> Bruce O'Neel's 1.6.2 binary set for FPU-less '030s is running now
> on my LCIII+ and Duo 230 nicely. The kernel(/netbsd) size is
> It works with 6MB RAM.
> (I can't find out 1MB 72pin SIMM in my junkbox, so 5MB has not
> For example; 1.6ZK (GENERIC) = 2736KB
> 1.6.2 (GENERIC) = 2424KB
> I'll try to make a kernel with -Os.
> Kazu Inanaga
The GCC man page should list it along with the definitions for other
optimization levels. Thats where I found it when researching ways
to tweak out my 386.