[Buildroot] svn commit: trunk/buildroot/target/device/Soekris/net4801
brad at mainstreetsoftworks.com
Mon Aug 20 12:09:42 UTC 2007
>>> UPdate Soekris Linux config to 220.127.116.11
>> Thanks for committing that update... Any reason the other part of
>> my patch didn't make it (mainly the removal of the busybox and uclibc
> Yes, I can't judge the consequences of that action.
> That does not mean that the proposed patch is rejected.
> Just that I will not do it.
> Are you related to the manufacturer of the H/W?
> I will leave that decision to Someone Else(tm)
> What I can do, is to add another x86 target, without those files...
No, I have no affiliation with soekris. My company is just looking at
them as a possible hardware vendor for our embedded application, and
I've been just submitting patches which fixed problems I've
encountered. I guess my main motivation for having all the patches
committed is purely selfish as it's easier for them to be upstream
than maintaining an overlay patchset. That said, I think others
Truthfully though, I can find no reason why they had a custom uclibc
or busybox config. My system is up and running fine. Perhaps whoever
submitted them to begin with wanted to slim down the system a bit, etc.
I doubt though that someone from Soekris was responsible for submitting
the patches, their website clearly states that they are only a hardware
company and not to ask for basically anything software related. That
combined with the fact I can't even get them to answer a few simple
questions about making a volume purchase [2-5k units] of _their_
hardware ... well, I don't know what to say about that, maybe it's
for the best though as I'd rather go ARM-based, just means we'd need
some custom hardware designed, which would slow our time-to-market
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