I have a android mobile which i use a rom kitchen to build my firmware, the items i want, and dont want. this would be a good idea for those who would like just certain things
Date: 17 Jul 2011 08:55
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look into src/Makefile. You have a option:
# Options for "make bin" # BUILD_DESC (Std|Lite|Ext|...) # MIPS32 (r2|r1) # KERN_SIZE_OPT 221 # USB ("USB"|"") # JFFSv1 | NO_JFFS # NO_CIFS, NO_SSH, NO_ZEBRA, NO_SAMBA, NO_HTTPS, NO_XXTP, NO_LIBOPT # SAMBA3, OPENVPN, IPV6SUPP, EBTABLES, NTFS, MEDIASRV, BBEXTRAS, USBEXTRAS, BCM57, SLIM, NOCAT # NFS BTCLIENT BTGUI TR_EXTRAS SNMP NO_CMON
well you can choise with of features do you want in your build.
What he means is that alot of android roms have a webpage that will compile a rom with the features you want.
He's requesting a similar thing, that will compile a rom with those options selectable and then present it for the user to download :p
I.e. the user doesnt have to compile anything, the server does it and serves it
compiling a linux kernel and router software itself takes a lot of time. it may take a lot of motivation from teddy or any of the developers to do it for the price of free to the lazy anonymous guest requester. i believe if custom build is important enough, one should self-compile and let developers spend time improving the code.