Sunday, June 30, 2013

Cinux as an embedded system

Earlier this month I released a condensed, very fast and embedded version of Cinux for the x86 architecture. The whole process took me about two days to complete and set up a working system. However, it is considered to be mostly unstable.

It comes in a tarball format and all you need to do is boot with a regular Cinux or other Linux distribution and just decompress the file into the hard drive of that system.

There's nothing much to say about it, just that it has one of the latest Linux kernels built into it (Linux 3.9.6) and some software to help you set up an SSH server and a Firewall for your LAN.

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