_ _ _ _ | | __ _ _____ _ _ _| |_(_) |___ | |/ _` |_ / | | |_____| | | | __| | / __| | | (_| |/ /| |_| |_____| |_| | |_| | \__ \ |_|\__,_/___|\__, | \__,_|\__|_|_|___/ |___/ Overview ======== lazy-utils is a permissively-licensed set of system tools that complement toybox (http://www.landley.net/toybox/). It provides lighweight, independent implementations of init and standard daemons, suitable for use in lighweight distributions. In the past, lazy-utils used to be a complete replacement for toybox (http://www.landley.net/toybox/) and BusyBox (http://www.busybox.net/), but now it focuses on extra applets or lighter alternatives to existing ones, with emphasis on short, easy to understand and solid code. Dependencies ============ lazy-utils is designed for static linking and tested against the musl (http://www.musl-libc.org/) C library. At run-time, lazy-utils relies on the following file systems: - A proc file system mounted at /proc - A sysfs file system mounted at /sys - A devtmpfs file system mounted at /dev - A writable file systems at /run Therefore, lazy-utils depends on Linux (http://www.kernel.org/) version 2.6.32 or above, built with CONFIG_SYSFS, CONFIG_PROC_FS and CONFIG_DEVTMPFS on. Credits and Legal Information ============================= lazy-utils is licensed under a 2-clause BSD license, see COPYING for the license text. For a list of its authors and contributors, see AUTHORS. The ASCII art logo at the top was made using FIGlet (http://www.figlet.org/).