Re: I need reply in Embedded FreeBSD Kernel Theme

2010-06-25 Thread Mohammed Farrag
hi sorry for being late in reply but I had some problems in the last week. I hope u still remeber what I was talking about :) @chargen Thanx for ur reply. Embedded computer systems permeate all aspects of our daily lives. Alarm clocks, coffee makers, digital watches, cell phones, and automobiles

Re: I need reply in Embedded FreeBSD Kernel Theme

2010-06-25 Thread Matt Thyer
On 24 June 2010 11:06, Mohammed Farrag mfar...@freebsd.org wrote: @ Matt Thanx for ur reply Matt. / FreeBSD is already a very modular system and the traditional way (a traditional way) to build for embedded systems is to follow the NanoBSD

Re: I need reply in Embedded FreeBSD Kernel Theme

2010-06-23 Thread Mohammed Farrag
hi sorry for being late in reply but I had some problems in the last week. I hope u still remeber what I was talking about :) @chargen Thanx for ur reply. Embedded computer systems permeate all aspects of our daily lives. Alarm clocks, coffee makers, digital watches, cell phones, and automobiles

Re: I need reply in Embedded FreeBSD Kernel Theme

2010-06-12 Thread Bruce Cran
On Sat, 12 Jun 2010 13:19:22 +0930 Matt Thyer matt.th...@gmail.com wrote: However my Soekris net4801 board still takes about 2.5 minutes to boot and I think time could be saved by parallel probing of hardware where possible. Much work has been done on fast boot times in the Linux world

Re: I need reply in Embedded FreeBSD Kernel Theme

2010-06-11 Thread Chargen
Sir, first of all: I'm no expert in this field but I've seen your document and I'm still wondering why you should impose such a design. I suppose it's well thought of but still I'm a bit opposed to binary configuration files because I think has to be some kind of dependency on how to generate

Re: I need reply in Embedded FreeBSD Kernel Theme

2010-06-11 Thread Matt Thyer
On 12 June 2010 12:02, Chargen char...@gmail.com wrote: Sir, first of all: I'm no expert in this field but I've seen your document and I'm still wondering why you should impose such a design. I suppose it's well thought of but still I'm a bit opposed to binary configuration files because I