ram build + busybox
malcolm.parsons at gmail.com
Sun Oct 29 21:06:29 CET 2006
On 10/28/06, Amadeus <amadeus at iksw-muees.de> wrote:
> Yes. The intention was to make the busybox binary as small as possible,
> because busybox is XIP in main memory. I want to reserve some main
> memory for computational intensive programs like MP3, OGG etc.
Were you having problems with RAM usage when playing MP3?
Or are you just playing with busybox config?
If you really have a RAM problem, then vi is the tool to remove from busybox:
msh uses 37512 bytes.
vi uses 22144 bytes.
rm uses 292 bytes.
cp uses 320 bytes.
mv uses 804 bytes.
(This ignores libbb size, but you get the idea).
More information about the dslinux-devel