> Henry Nestler ha scritto:
>> Or, try this. It's a small debian installation. No X11, no KDE.
>> There you can configure size for filesystems on install procedure
>> (300MB is minimum):
>> Download files colinux-0.6.3-rc3-setup.exe and tardump.tgz
>> Save both files into one directory and run the setup.
>> Putty and Xming are optional.
>> This are screenshots from installer of this version:
>> This is a german doc, but you can see some screens of running system:
>> This version is comercial from my company for linux developers,
>> specialy for our products. But it's free for downloading. After
>> installing, you can remove (uninstall) the /usr/local/ stuff for FLTK,
>> then you have ~50MB more free. You can also remove the gcc compiler,
>> if you not need this. Than you can run coLinux on very small image,
>> such 150MB...200MB.
> Thanks for your reply, I'll try.
If you will try this, I should give you more informations ;-)
The image file will create with sparse option on NTFS partion. This
save mostly space on harddisk. CoLinux programs and imagefiles can
install in different directories.
From my tardump.tgz created image the password for root is "root".
Networks are eth0 with slirp and eth1 with tap. coLinux tap has
192.168.200.40, windows side tap is automatic set to 192.168.200.1
(DHCP-Server from colinux).
Current version of installer works only if you let all checkboxes on
components enabled, or if you select type of install "tardump from cdrom".
You can use any of self created tardump.tgz, this file is a compressed
tar file archive with all files from root fs "/" (all specia fs
umounted, for sample /proc). I use debian "Woody", but you can mostly
some other distries.
The instataller only create a /etc/fstab for you, all other files from
tardump are not changed.
The installer use a special initrd.gz (created by Juergen Hennerich) and
based on coLinux 0.6.3-rc3. The same install procedure is available for
coLinux 0.7.1 devel branch: