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Re: Does something like nanobsd.sh exist or in the making for DF?

From: Justin Sherrill <justin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2011 16:16:17 -0400

The src/nrelease files are used to build an image; you could
potentially mess with them to configure a new build.

I recall someone was using a soekris device for a router, with
DragonFly - there's a custom kernel config in src/sys/config/SOEKRIS,
so it's certainly possible.

On Fri, Oct 14, 2011 at 1:14 PM, Jelle Hermsen <jelle@jellehermsen.nl> wrote:
>> What does nanobsd.sh do?
>> Max
> NanoBSD is a nifty shell script that allows you to create and customize a very tiny bootable FreeBSD image. People use it on routers and other single purpose machines, but I believe you can make it into pretty much anything you like.
> This could be an interesting project, especially considering that the DragonFly liveCD is already a complete system, it may provide a nice vantage point. I'd love to run DragonFly on my router :)
> Cheers,
> Jelle

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