Title says it all..
I understand it has something to do with debootstrap, but it would be great to see the command line/ config/ whatever that is required i.e. for Hexxeh's raspbian image.
Zinahe, there are extensive notes on the wiki to create a minimal system using the installer. Using a x86 system to create an SD image for Raspbian using debootstrap is fairly difficult, error prone and the end result would be nearly identical to what you would get using the installer without selecting any additional packages to be installed. I would refer you to the two previous links I provided -- the first explaining how to go about this with debootstrap and the second using the Raspbian installer.Zinahe wrote:I'm sure this will be something that many people (including myself) would want to do; and I think this question will keep on popping up in the future. I definitely would like to build an image of a minimal Raspbian system (preferably cross-compile a blob on my x86 PC), dd it to an SD card, and boot my R-Pi with it just for the heck of it. Kind of a rite of passage exercise. After all the R-Pi s supposed to be a learning platform, right?