Bulid dedicated kernels.
adam at biznes.linux.pl
Mon Feb 13 11:09:41 UTC 2012
in short - how to more creative and smart glueing some pice of open
source software - or good knowed software - making some new.
2012/2/13, HSO <adam at biznes.linux.pl>:
> 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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