On Thu, 2006-10-26 at 17:35 -0400, Alex M wrote:
> Ok, my brain gas short operative memory and this email has too many topics
> in it now.
> 1) gcc (c++ compiler) needed to compile lm_sensor.h i2c.h files so I can
> communicate with my LCD (I have no idea if I need libraries or not)
> 2) I do dev on either separate machine or in VMWare or directly on wrap
> (only small edits). So big dev image shouldn't be a problem
Then, to save a of time, install freebsd somewhere. You don't want to
waste to much time finding out which parts you need.
freebsd + src (option 4 in the installer) and svn will do fine.
>From there you can develop and sync the bins for the cf-image
> 3)" svn is client/server system like cvs. It tranfers files from a to b. It"
> Good thing where would it transfer files to?
between a server and the flash image, so you can hack the image and send
the differences to a server. http://subversion.tigris.org/
> My server that I can donate is storage server only. I can talk to provider to see if they can add
> my guess that they will refuse.
don't bother, you need at least some basic backup mechanisms. What we
really want is server running freebsd to develop and then have svn on
top of it.
> I might put local server on my own but only
> when we release our miniServer hardware so I can test hardware and not eat
> rack space.
I 'll open up a svn to start with.
Should i can monowall_dev ?
It is easily transferable lateron.
> 4) "The image I (Rick, Eddy, me) have made has ssh and svn client"..
> I can use that image for now too, just can progress w/ LCD
yes, sure! https://svn.wifisoft.org/node/trunk/base.img I writes to cf
or disk like monowall does. Note that this a current (7.0) image.
I will build a 6.x image somewhere this weekend. This one will do fine
to play around with ssh, svn etc etc.
> 5) "Great! Could it run freebsd 6.x? There man could build images custom
> kernels, security updates, etc etc."
> -As motioned above, I got only storage space.