[lfs-dev] Raspberry Pi
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Fri May 31 15:27:35 PDT 2013
I recently got a Raspberry Pi and have been playing around with it a
bit. The Debian distro that came with the package seems pretty normal.
It uses sysvinit for booting, but the root filesystem is an sd card
that is /dev/mmcblk0.
There is a lot of stuff on the web about the Pi. For example
What I'd want to do is to build LFS inside a qemu virtual machine and
copy it to an sd card for testing/use. Once a Pi is up with networking,
I'd think we might be able to BLFS apps in a virtual environment and
install onto the Pi over a nework connect.
Is there any interest in LFS for the Pi?
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