[RULE] Structure of slinky filesystem/bin folder

M. Fioretti m.fioretti at inwind.it
Sun Mar 21 00:28:23 EET 2004

On Sat, Mar 20, 2004 09:37:03 AM -0600, Rodolfo J. Paiz  rpaiz at simpaticus.com  wrote:

> >Now the question is (if) how to recreate such links on the website,
> >and in any related tarball, to decrease download size.
> Not sure you can do that, since symbolic (or other) links are
> treated differently under different OS's. Besides, downloading a
> link seems... odd, don't you think?
> Perhaps a simpler option would be to create a 10-second hack of a
> script that basically says:
> $ for i in cp ls rm mv cat ; do ln -s ./busybox $i; done
> and then just make just it gets executed somehow.

Yes, that's the same thing I was thinking: create a much smaller
developer tarball with an INSTALL script inside which does the above
and whatever else is needed.

	Marco Fioretti

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