Re: [dev] Bifrost/Linux - statically linked distro

From: Jens Staal <>
Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2011 16:58:24 +0100

Really cool!

And apparently it is actively developed and binaries can be found here:

I also found it interesting with the talk linked on the page
  discussing the "guilty" components making it difficult to build an
all-static system.

On 11/23/11 15:39, Paul Onyschuk wrote:
> I searched mail archives, but I did not find anything related to
> Bifrost Linux, so I'm sharing this with you.
> Bifrost [1] is a small Linux distribution for USB media. What can be
> interesting for suckless folks is that it is statically linked (no
> /include and /lib contains only kernel modules and other small parts).
> Build system [2] for Bifrost is available, I did not investigate it
> further. It seems that uClibc and dietlibc is used instead of glibc.
> The bad is that build system is written in bash.
> Anyway, maybe someone will find this useful.
> [1]
> [2]
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