One of the drawbacks in the prototype phase of the project was that the diskset was not all that useful. The only commands that worked were the ones built into the BASH shell. We could improve our root disk by installing commands like cat, ls, mv, rm and so on. Unfortunately, we are short on space. The current root disk has no shared libraries so each utility would have to be statically-linked just like the BASH shell. A lot of big binaries together with a static shell will rapidly exceed the tiny 1.44M of available disk space. So our main goal in this phase should be to maximize space savings on the root disk and pave the way for expanded functionality in the next phase.