I want to install vbox on the machine running zeroshell.
Unfortunately this requires the following:
GCC (And everything that goes with it)
Non of which are installed, and all of which are a pain (especially GCC) to install.
I know that it’s designed to be a minimal router distribution tool but couldn’t we at least have gcc support so we can actually compile stuff ourselves and expand it a bit?
Right now despite how awesome this system has been, I’m half way to scrapping it’s usage due to the lack of expandability.
Alternatively if we don’t include GCC, atp, dpkg…
A friend of mine gave me a prebuilt dpkg file, I havn’t tried it yet, but I’m told all I have to do is copy the contents to ‘/’ (the contents being /usr/bin etc…)
Could we perhaps provide precompiled versions of atp? and gcc?
Ones that we can download from the shell prompt?
I really really really want to see this machine fly with vbox installed, but vbox requires gcc, and to even install it, it would be better to have apt installed to do the dependency management. (i already have precompiled dpkg).