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2002\08\14@020819 by Russell McMahon

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Tiny Linux - targeted at 386 level PCs (free of course)

Get two floppy disks, ....        ! :-)

       http://tiny.seul.org/

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2002\08\14@041827 by Morgan Olsson

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Well, there is plenty of alternatives...
http://www.linux.org/dist/index.html

So, curiously, why did you pick this specific one?

/Morgan

Russell McMahon wrote:
>Tiny Linux - targeted at 386 level PCs (free of course)
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>Get two floppy disks, ....        ! :-)
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>        http://tiny.seul.org/

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2002\08\14@082029 by Katinka Mills

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> -----Original Message-----
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> [PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU]On Behalf Of Russell McMahon
> Sent: Wednesday, 14 August 2002 2:06 PM
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> Tiny Linux - targeted at 386 level PCs (free of course)
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> Get two floppy disks, ....        ! :-)
>
>         http://tiny.seul.org/
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I like PicoBSD runs on 1 floppy (if you are lean and mean) windriver
embedded *nix is very small, but it costs $$$$$$$$$$ lol

Regards,

Kat.

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2002\08\14@121904 by Brendan Moran

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> > Tiny Linux - targeted at 386 level PCs (free of course)
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> > Get two floppy disks, ....        ! :-)
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> >         http://tiny.seul.org/
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> I like PicoBSD runs on 1 floppy (if you are lean and mean)
> windriver embedded *nix is very small, but it costs $$$$$$$$$$ lol
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> Regards,
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> Kat.

How about Qnx? The kernel compiles to something like 33k

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2002\08\14@123735 by Katinka Mills

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Hi Brendan,

Where can I get Qnx ? I have a demo disk from ages ago (1990 ish) but not
sure where to download it form :o)

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2002\08\14@124208 by Mike Browne

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Thanks for the info, but read the instructions 14 Floppy disks.
2 for the base and then 12 for the entire system.
Mind you I am not complaining about the link, I appreciate it. It WILL help
something I am working on at home.

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2002\08\14@130526 by David Harris

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Why don't you try http://www.qnx.com?  Could have guessed that one, but a
Google search (http:http://www.google.com) found it instantly.
David

Katinka Mills wrote:

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2002\08\14@131134 by Mike Browne

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Beucoup bucks.

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How about Qnx? The kernel compiles to something like 33k

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2002\08\14@131701 by Bob Blick

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I always thought peeweelinux was the best for making small linuxes, you
can choose your target, including floppy , compactflash, etc, and choose
what packages you want, and bam, it does it for you.

It is very cool to boot off that old, "worthless" 8MB flash card from my
camera :)

Cheers,

Bob

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2002\08\14@132410 by Alan B. Pearce

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>How about Qnx? The kernel compiles to something like 33k

I thought QNX was a real time version, and AFAIK it is a commercial product,
not Linux, but I could be wrong on this.

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2002\08\14@133216 by Brendan Moran

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> >How about Qnx? The kernel compiles to something like 33k
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> I thought QNX was a real time version, and AFAIK it is a commercial
> product, not Linux, but I could be wrong on this.

It's a *nix. Not linux per se, but does it really need to be?  And it
was a commercial product, but it has been released under a free
liscence as well.

All of this is, of course, AFAIK.

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2002\08\14@133617 by Johan Fredriksson

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It's free to play with and develop with... Need to buy it if you go
comercial with it. If I haven't missunderstod it...

/Johan
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2002\08\14@140226 by Brendan Moran

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Even for the *free* edition?  Check the downloads section
http://www.qnx.com/developer/download/free/ is what we should be looking at.

--Brendan

> Beucoup bucks.
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> > How about Qnx? The kernel compiles to something like 33k
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2002\08\14@142200 by Eoin Ross

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You can download it for free and play with it - but once you
want to use it in a commercial application you are looking at
it costing about $10K for a licence to use it (I am pretty sure it doesn't cost that per target platform - if I rem rightly that is an
unlimited licence <off to look again> (maybe not - too much legal sleaze umm err  I mean legalease  to digest)
Eoin

>>> EraseMEbmoranspamspamspamBeGoneMILLENNIUM.CA 08/14/02 01:15PM >>>
Even for the *free* edition?  Check the downloads section
http://www.qnx.com/developer/download/free/ is what we should be looking at.

--Brendan

> Beucoup bucks.

> > How about Qnx? The kernel compiles to something like 33k
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2002\08\14@143215 by Barry Gershenfeld

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>I always thought peeweelinux was the best for making small linuxes, you
>can choose your target, including floppy , compactflash, etc, and choose
>what packages you want, and bam, it does it for you.
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>Bob

I am working with that now.  It's cool once you learn it, but
there's learning curve that comes from a dearth of documentation.

I went on a quest to find an embedded Linux to use, and settled
on PeeWee.  For some reason, I never hit on the page that /Morgan
posted here.   Having run it through that form, I now have another
half dozen to look at.  Though I've already chosen.   I do know
Coyote.  That's what my firewall is made of.

For the PeeWeeLinux project, I have to figure out how to get
from the web server to some external control.  I will have
an audience of PICs out there just waiting to hear from me.
I think there is an I2C module for the kernel though I didn't
see it in the stock config.   Any hints would be appreciated.

It will also be fun to see what else I can build out of this
embedded stuff.   X terminal?  TCP monitor?  Samba box? ...

Barry

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2002\08\14@143223 by Barry Gershenfeld

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>Thanks for the info, but read the instructions 14 Floppy disks.
>2 for the base and then 12 for the entire system.
>Mind you I am not complaining about the link, I appreciate it. It WILL help
>something I am working on at home.

All distributions will let you start the install by making one or
two floppies.   And many of them have a "base" install requiring
a dozen or so diskettes.   Debian used to be famous for this.

Barry

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2002\08\14@144326 by Mike Browne

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I forgot about that aspect. We were looking at it for a product OS. It
didn't have what we were looking for.
There is always VxWorks. (It's a joke son, laugh.)

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