I'm using Kiwi to build a boot CD based on OpenSUSE 13.1. I want the disk ISO image to be as tiny as possible. I managed to get the read-only filesystem down to only 100MB, but for reasons unknown, the initrd file is 80MB on its own. (!!)
Is there some way I can convince Kiwi to produce a smaller initrd?
Is there a way to take the initrd image that Kiwi has produced and shrink it somehow?
Datanaut wrote:I've installed CrunchBang.I'm using CrunchBang.I'm logged into CrunchBang.I'm loving CrunchBang.I'll help CrunchBang by donating, but more importantly, promoting.Enjoy the company, and you can help by washing up your cup after helping yourself to coffee and cake in the crunchbang clubhouse
Hello Crunchbang(#!) Member,I am a IT student here at philippines. Then our professor has give an OS review. Our group choose CrunchBang . Now my topic for the documentation for Crunchbang(#!) is Process Management. I don't have an idea about Process Management of Crunchbang(#!) . Please Help me to answer this question below about Process Management. 1.
I just installed Kiwi Syslog and have been receiving what intuitively seems like there might be a problem. I immediately started getting over 2000 Kernal.Alert Messages Per Hour and a few hours later it is now almost 6000 MPH.
Hey, I have used #! for about 2 years on my Asus EEE PC 701 netbook. Started with hearing about cruncheee. Searched it, installed it and got used to using crunchbang. Crunchbang is nothing short but a work of art.
Hello. I've recently received a external hard drive for Christmas. I have the Kiwi, a USB stick version of Ubuntu. When my computer boots up I get the "installer boot menu" and I select "Run Kiwi from USB". I do this as I need to mount and format my HD.
VDP76 wrote:drewdle wrote:But should I still call it CrunchBang? Or heavily modified Debian?good question, if you still have CrunchBang's repos enabled, I would call it #!... That's a good reasoning. Without the CrunchBang repos, this would be far less magical, I think. I just didn't want to give the wrong impression of the distro to others who may be looking over my shoulder.