Idunn is an small system aiming to give an early rescue/install environment with ssh support, making life easier when one doesn't have physical access to machine.
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Nagy Károly Gábriel 5a9791c28d e2fsprogs: fixed to build on idunn (uClibc based target) 4 years ago
initramfs idunn: added ehci-pci to the idunn initramfs 5 years ago
overlay.d dropbear: changed to kill all it's children when stopped 10 years ago
COPYING Added COPYING file, GPLv2 11 years ago
README [Idunn] Added initial README file 11 years ago
build-initramfs.in idunn: adapted idunn to the linux26-> linux package rename. 7 years ago
build.sh Introduced Idunn, early recovery system (stand-alone branch) 11 years ago
busybox.config idunn: fixed idunn to include the needed killall5 command 5 years ago
config.in config.in: enable SUSV3 support in uclibc because lvm2 needs usleep() 6 years ago
extends Changed to extend mnemosyne 11 years ago
inconfig.in Changed to extend mnemosyne 11 years ago
parse-config parse-config: Added overlaying support using overlay.d/$pkg/ 10 years ago
pkg_dropbear.conf dropbear: imported (and enhanced) mnmeosyne code to inject authorized_keys from config/$config 10 years ago
pkg_e2fsprogs.conf e2fsprogs: fixed to build on idunn (uClibc based target) 4 years ago
pkg_mdadm.conf mdadm: changer map file location from /run to /var/run 6 years ago
pkg_nbd.conf nbd: changed to build only the client, without requiring glib 10 years ago
pkg_nbd.patch nbd: changed to build only the client, without requiring glib 10 years ago
pkgsel pkgsel: removed grub. 6 years ago

README

Idunn, the guardian of eternal youth
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Idunn is an small system aiming to give an early rescue/install
environment with ssh support, making life easier when one doesn't
have physical access to machine.

OpenVPN client support is also desired so one can connect to the
rescue/install envrionment even when it's behind gateways and
firewalls without needing specific NAT rules.

Idunn is under GPLv2 license, as showed in the COPYING file
included, and made to be built and maintained using OpenSDE [1].

[1] http://opensde.org