Web site: compactbsd.sourceforge.net
Desktop environment: CLI
Based on: OpenBSD
The last version | Released: 0.1.0 | August 22, 2002
CompactBSD – a set of tools that allow you to compress OpenBSD onto a small (32MB) compact flash card for use in small embedded servers. CompactBSD can be used to power wireless hot spots, which is what FatPort uses it for.
CompactBSD offers the easiest way to get OpenBSD up and running on Compact Flash-based systems such as the FatPointOEM. In order to use the ZComax 200mW PCMCIA wireless card in your FatPointOEM box, you will need to add a patch to the OpenBSD 3.1 kernel.
CompactBSD runs on an i386-class box running OpenBSD3.1, it also requires that Python 2.1.2 be installed.
The project developer is Ken Simpson.
CompactBSD 0.1.0 i386 348KB.tgz