On Sat, 1 Aug 2009 05:03:22 -0400
Daniel Dickinson <crazycsh...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Doesn't mklibs.py remove portions of a library that are unused?
> Wouldn't that mean that fewer programs would result in more removal
> (due to more unused bits).   Or do you strip all libraries and not
> just uClibc?

Never mind.  I see that you are stripping all libraries.  So yes, good
idea.  I was confused by your specifically mentioning the uClibc loader.
Can you give comparative squashfs sizes instead?

Also, this may takes signficantly long periods of time for large
numbers of packages.  Have you tested with more than the base setup?



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