Bulid dedicated kernels.
adam at biznes.linux.pl
Mon Feb 13 11:07:04 UTC 2012
Yes - and you have right.
It's o lot of bigger idea - how to creat software (kernel and above -
user space) to be one hand secure ( by process) and other hand
Dynamic/Matching to Hardware to be in end speed with cheap machines.
So Secure (porcess) Dynamic and speed. Os based on linux time to time
have troble with someting make "now" and it's start form
wrtie/read/ex. permisson - and question it's
how yo Optimaze dynamic but not droping secure ? And for this all -
how to do less to code.
I think - it's how to manage a exist software - how to put the part to
be fast as posible - with not to lot of codeing.
2012/2/13, Tim Edwards <liststuff at fastmail.com.au>:
> On Sun, Feb 12, 2012, at 06:19 PM, HSO wrote:
>> Smart buld. - Only Laptopo/Notebook - One kernel in one/two Month -
>> and not bulid form scratch - but bulid by decres a module range like:
>> some Laptop have no AGP - other have no PCI-E - one use pcmcia - other
>> don't have - one use PAE ext, other don't etc, etc. And bulid only for
>> lack performens of Laptopo/Notebook computers. And when it's costly -
>> then do a long in time - by 10 - 20 Years - above 60 or 120 or 240
>> Kernel - and it's some of collection.
> Even if this could be done easily what would be the point? Just about
> all hardware drivers are built as modules so even with the 'all
> inclusive' kernels we have now you are still only loading what's needed
> for your specific hardware.
> All you'd be doing by building a custom kernel is saving an
> insignificant amount of disk space on the installed system (a few 10's
> of megabytes at most). Not to mention that your custom kernel wouldn't
> support new hardware devices that the user might buy out of the box,
> adding extra complexity to something that can already be tricky.
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