The Swiss Army Knife of Embedded Linux

BusyBox combines tiny versions of many common UNIX utilities into a
small single executable. It provides minimalist replacements for most
of the utilities usually found in fileutils, shellutils, findutils,
textutils, grep, gzip, tar, and more. BusyBox provides a fairly
complete POSIX environment for any small or embedded system. The
utilities in BusyBox generally have fewer options than their
full-featured GNU cousins. The options that are included provide the
expected functionality and behave very much like their GNU
counterparts.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
BusyBox.1 0000137439 134 KB over 8 years
busybox-1.18.3-libarchive.patch 0000000696 696 Bytes over 8 years
busybox-1.19.4-ext2fs_h.diff 0000022142 21.6 KB over 7 years
busybox-1.19.4.tar.bz2 0002167516 2.07 MB over 7 years
busybox-static.changes 0000003038 2.97 KB over 7 years
busybox-static.spec 0000002773 2.71 KB over 7 years
busybox.SuSE.config 0000024631 24.1 KB about 9 years
busybox.changes 0000012238 12 KB over 7 years
busybox.install.patch 0000000222 222 Bytes over 7 years
busybox.spec 0000003380 3.3 KB over 7 years
busybox.uClibc-build-fix.patch 0000000406 406 Bytes almost 11 years
mkinitrd-boot.sh 0000000134 134 Bytes about 11 years
mkinitrd-setup.sh 0000001423 1.39 KB about 11 years
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