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Re: Small virtual appliance based on ttylinux



You might consider downloading the build package.  You can then
configure the kernel the way you want, and end up with a
bootable .iso  It takes a bit of effort to understand, but the scripts
are very solid in behavior.

On Apr 14, 11:16 pm, Stefc <[email protected]> wrote:
> I currently try to build very small virtual appliance (memcached,
> lighttpd) based on tty-linux. Work's very well and my image is
> currently around 50MB in size and boots up in VirtualBox in
> 20seconds.
>
> But even if it's good it can be even better ;) So here are some
> sugestions for furture ttylinux versions.
>
> I would like to see a ttylinux core with a kernel build especially for
> use in headless virtual machines like EC2, VMWare, VirtualBox, KVM,
> etc.
>
> The kernel should be stripped down for those virtual environments,for
> example I not need any sound specific driver support on virtual
> appliance, as graphic card only a VGA/VESA is need, no mouse-support,
> no usb support, ....
>
> The main requirment is small appliance image and fast boot up time in
> a virtual server environment.
>
> stefc