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Published on Feb 28, 2017
Embedded Linux Size Reduction Techniques - Michael Opdenacker, Free Electrons
Are you interested in running Linux in a system with very small RAM and storage resources? Or are you just trying to make the Linux kernel and its filesystem as small as possible, typically to boot faster?
This talk will detail approaches for reducing the size of the kernel, of individual applications and of the whole filesystem. Benchmarks will you show how much you can expect to save with each approach.
Michael will also try to collect valuable experience from participants to the talk, as well as ideas for further improvements, to add to the materials he will publish after the conference.
Disclaimer: the only thing Michael won't try to reduce is the size of his presentation, as there are many resources worth exploring.
About Michael Opdenacker Michael Opdenacker is the founder of Free Electrons, a company best known | for its freely available training materials on the Linux kernel and | in embedded Linux in general. Michael has a long time interest in boot | time reduction, and therefore in one of its prerequisites, which is size | reduction.