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Creating Simple Root Filesystem for Embedded Linux

During the last few posts, I’ve been using Debian-ARM from TS-Logic site as the root filesystem. Debian is a nice distro, but it’s too much for learning embedded linux development. Therefore, I’m creating a new simpler root filesystem to make it faster to boot, and reduce the complexity.
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The new root filesystem is very simple, so it only have single user (root), a shell, and no-login. It cannot mount any media, send/receive TCP/IP connection, etc. But, we’ll learn how to do it (mounting media, detecting media, detecting ethernet card, etc) step-by-step later.

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