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A few tricks can be used to reduce the size of libraries. I always perform this step before removing executables from the system. Remove library profiling data to save ~56Mb: rm /target/usr/lib/lib*_p.a Strip symbol tables from shared objects: strip /target/usr/lib/lib*.so.* For instance libc.so.86.0 amounts to 3Mb, while only 750kb stripped. This ...


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sure, flashrd should be fine for your scenario: flashrd boots within 64MB RAM and 1GB flash hosting a default OpenBSD/i386 or Open BSD/amd64 installation. At least 128MB RAM is recommended for the default flashrd setup. you have to use a up-to-date version of OpenBSD with flashrd (currently at 5.9) which is strongly recommended in any case.



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