I've been building LFS/BLFS for about a month now, with multiple failures and almost no successes, and I've just been informed that there exist Xorg-like window systems that are incredibly tiny, as Xorg's LFS build is over 200MB of just source packages.
I Googled around the web, but the Wikipedia article on TinyX pointed me to a nonexistent home page for a nice Xorg clone.
I'm looking to build a DSL-like distro (truthfully, it's a faster clone of ChromeOS), and I've got everything ready, except an X server.
What I was looking for was the following:
- Something that's reasonably small, as I was hoping to get my distro down to 50MB when it is compressed.
- Something that is fairly compatible with the normal X server (I don't know what I'm talking about, but I was hoping for something that works with any X application).
- Something that will work fully (no hiccups!) with OpenBox or FluxBox (preferably OpenBox, as I've almost made my theme for it).
- Something that works with Plymouth, as an epic boot screen make a bad operating system look good in the eyes of simple users.
Also, as a side question, how do I package my final build? I've built a small rendering system which I wish to distribute, but I can't figure out how to make an ISO out of it, like Ubuntu or DSL.