Why not? SD card space is cheap.lilzz wrote: Raspbian is full linux image that take up too much space. I can't have that.
davidcoton wrote:Why not? SD card space is cheap.lilzz wrote: Raspbian is full linux image that take up too much space. I can't have that.
Did you look at tiny core? It is straight up real linux with an X GUI if you want, but you can chroot into raspbian and do a lot of command line stuff with apt-get available in the chroot. So you can boot to tiny core and do whatever and then if you need your full command line stuff, you can chroot to that on a flash drive or something and then just go back to the bare tiny core when you need it. I haven't looked carefully enough, but I think that the stock download includes code for both the pi and the pi2 meaning that if it were optimized, it would be even smaller. See, http://tinycorelinux.net/7.x/armv6/releases/RPi/ .lilzz wrote:I need tiny footprint on OS. FreeRTOS is the smallest foot print I could find.
I'll echo what Mr. Mutley has said.lilzz wrote:I need the simplest OS on a Pi that can allow an user to make a HTTP call.
Raspbian is full linux image that take up too much space. I can't have that.
Is FreeRTOS the simplest OS I can have to make a http call base on user input?
I've got one with 4GB of eMMC flash......Heater wrote:
There is no onboard FLASH memory on the Pi. You need the SD card.
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BusyBox v1.20.2 (Debian 1:1.20.0-7) built-in shell (ash) Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands. ~ $ ps -ef | grep httpd 77 pi /usr/sbin/httpd -u 1000:100 -h /var/tmp/www/