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Re: BeastieBox, a (Net)BSD BusyBox-like

On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 8:11 PM, Masao Uebayashi <> 
>>>        - My 4.4MB /rescue gzips down to 2.2MB, which means vndcompress(1)
>>>          could be a real win
>> This is a bogus reasoning. Architecture we are speaking about also
>> have RAM constraint and you can hardly vndcompress(1) md image
>> embedded in the kernel.
> I don't think so.  Usually those devices have bigger RAM than ROM.
System RAM has *no point* to be wasted by a by-definition static file
system. Even if the board has 16MB of RAM, the kernel will already
take 4MB leaving just 12MB for the real purpose of device.

 - Arnaud

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