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[ale] all in one cd?



Look at the lnx-bbc project, www.lnx-bbc.org. 

I'm working on useing that for a smoothwall like firewall distro....

Chris

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephen Turner [mailto:artic_knight at yahoo.com] 
> Sent: 07 March, 2002 8:53 AM
> To: ale at ale.org
> Subject: [ale] all in one cd?
> 
> 
> so, i was thinking, make a bootable cd and have bash
> installed with what? file utils? just a basic console
> system no need for most of the hoopla just enough to
> have it copy er rebuild a system. by my current
> experience (which is little and spaced over the course
> of 1-2 years) i have noticed that you dont need video
> drivers or pretty much any drivers unless you plan on
> having a sound card or video card. the kernel would
> need some generic support for all systems obviously or
> just the systems you plan to run this cd on. well
> anyways to get to the point, a basic floppy distro
> like toms root boot boots from the cdrom and from a
> bash prompt you run certain scripts or commands to
> install basic systems (LFS systems) for web, file
> sharing, ftp, ect. have this on one of those snazzy 3"
> cds and you got yourself a good cd for demonstrations
> right? the cd has 185 meg before format, if you dont
> include unneeded programs in your system then i figure
> you could get atleast a web, samba, and mysql install
> cd going.. what do you think? it would be handy for
> installing new boxes too ;) probobly a home brew cd
> but im thinking its worth a web site :)
> 
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