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- Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2011 10:50:27 +0530
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>> The main requirement is small appliance image and fast boot up time in
>> a virtual server environment.
> 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 behaviour.
If someone, or several someones, make an appropriate 22.214.171.124
kernel config file for me and gives me the list of needed packages,
preferable not more than already exists,
Well I was trying to build a similar ISO, I partially succeeded doing so on ttylinux-11.1. I don't have the tool-chain setup hence don't have access to kernel config. However here are the things that I observed (?needed) in context with ttylinux VM running under VMware:
1. Fusion MPT SCSI drivers (LSI Logic Parallel / SAS)
2. E1000 driver for network card support
I really wanted VMware tools installed with 'vmware para-virtual SCSI' and 'vmxnet3' drivers, however I was not able to patch/integrate the tools with the Kernel source. Another important thing to have would be add the the other vmware static libs so that the IP address can be found out without logging into the VM.