On Fri, 2005-01-28 at 16:52 +0100, Harald Hoyer wrote:
Sean Middleditch wrote:
> Right. "Operating System." XMMS is not part of an OS, it's an
> application that nobody strictly needs. You don't need to put XMMS in
> Fedora Core in order for Core to use or run XMMS, and its removal will
> not reduce Core's audio capabilities in the least.
hmm, OS... let's deliver the kernel only, the rest is just bloat :)
Sounds like a plan. Though maybe we should throw in the boot loader,
too. I think those together plus the initial ramdisk should be enough
for most Linux users. They can grab auxillary things like binutils and
rpm from Extras. ~_^
Manual system bootstrapping is k00l.