Actually the problem I am having is mounting reiserfs partition. The current version does not have any extra filesystems other than basic ones. Concievebly people might have different kinds of other filesystems (ext2/ext3/reiserfs/reiser4/vfat/winFS) which they might want to load at run time.Pablo wrote: A few extra drivers will not make a noticable difference in the size.
Using the MM_EXTRAS_URL, you can replace add/replace programs and libraries. It is only kernel modules that cannot be added.
As I mentioned, kernel modules can be more difficult. Often they need you to use the same compiler. After installing them, you should run depmod which needs write access to the kernel modules directory.
MiniMyth contains the latest version of MPLayer, but it does not include any codecs not included with MPlayer. MPlayer can use binary W*ndows codecs. However, this has not been configured in the MiniMyth version of MPlayer. Is VLC using binary W*ndows codecs?
1) I have a PATA disk which holds my music collection on a reiserfs partition.
2) Attach an USB storage which has a vfat partition I share with my win box.
3) I have a USB pen drive I use to move files which I would like to attach and view pictures (I haven't tested if viewing pictures from USB camera will work, presumably it will need fat-fs)
I was thinking of providing a mechanism to load modules as separate packages loaded from tftp server, the way 'default' version of MM_EXTRAS_URL work.