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PostPosted: Sat 21 May 2005, 01:57    Post_subject:  Puppy Gentoo  

As usual I am going way beyond my capacity to even understand what I am suggesting . . .

But when we stabilise the new kernel a lot of interest from developers might come if we are able to generate a custom kernel for future boots on a Mult-session CD

Using tinyCC (part of Puppy) the initial boot up would be slow (by Puppy standards) whilst a persons machine was set up

Then a custom kernel is created


Now the kernel is smaller and optimised for a particular configuartion
Puppy just got faster still - and smaller.

Oh I know easy enough to say - just an idea


We still have to get the Multi-session CDRW recognised . . . which is currently being debated on IRC


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PostPosted: Sun 22 May 2005, 12:04    Post_subject:  

Yes, when Multi-sesssion is sorted out there is lots more that can be done.
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