Ing. Ernesto Pérez Estévez a écrit :
Vishak V. Kurup wrote:
Thank you...Daneil and John...
My device configuration is as follows.
CPU : intel Celeron M 1.60 Ghz
DIMM : W/DDR 1GB ECC
IDE(Primary Master) : Compact Flash (1 GB)
IDE(Primary Master) : Compact Flash (256 GB)
My confusion is that if it is possible to customize the CentOS for
I have installed centos-3 in a mini ITX with 256MB /RAM and 1GB CF (I
was unable to find the 256GB one).. minimal install and then reduced
further the disk usage. I customized it for our streaming customers
(darkice+a heavily reduced centos). Text only
Pretty same embedded system::
on a C3 1Ghz, 512 Mb of ram (256 for system memory and 256 in "ramdisk"
to use /var and /tmp in read/write mode) and a 512Mb CF:
The way to minimize is like other distro: rm -rf /usr/share/doc
And of course, vanish yum, and install apt-get
I have been thinking to slim centos by recompiling every RPM without
the docs and several other tricks to make it less fatter.. of course
it wont be the real centos but some sort of reduced copy.
BTW, I found that debian was easier to install in such a hardware and
set aside my plans to reduce CentOS size.. but maybe one day I will
get back to it.
You can slim a Centos to .. 300Mo, it's working fine and let you about
215Mo for archiving and update features (glibc is the worst package to
update :-/ )
At last, you can have a graphical desktop (xfce or a gnome desktop) in
512Mo i think, but maybe the manpages will be delete too.
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