r1887 - in profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0: . config_standard

jbeckers at linuxfromscratch.org jbeckers at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon May 2 12:54:10 PDT 2005


Author: jbeckers
Date: 2005-05-02 13:54:06 -0600 (Mon, 02 May 2005)
New Revision: 1887

Modified:
   profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/README
   profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/README.download
   profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/config_standard/config.ent
Log:
last updates

Modified: profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/README
===================================================================
--- profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/README	2005-05-02 00:43:23 UTC (rev 1886)
+++ profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/README	2005-05-02 19:54:06 UTC (rev 1887)
@@ -15,11 +15,11 @@
 There are some configuration files that must be customized
 before you can create your BLFS installation. These are:
 
- - !to be added once we've figured out about config/general.ent!
+ - ./config/config.ent
 
- - all files in ./config_standard/{etc,home,root,x} and
-   subdirectories. Things you need to configure are marked
-   with exclamation marks, !like this!.
+ - files in ./config/{etc,home,root,x} and subdirectories.
+   Things you need to adjust are surrounded by exclamation
+   marks, !like this!.
 
 Running the profile:
 ====================
@@ -29,13 +29,14 @@
  1) Download the packages you need. See ./README.download
     for more details.
 
- 2) First copy the config_standard directory to [name of your choice]
-    Then create a link called config to the directory you chose above.
-    Ex. ln -s ./config_standard ./config
+ 2) First make a backup copy of the ./config_standard
+    directory. Then symlink ./config_standard to ./config.
+    e.g. cp -R ./config_standard ./config_standard.backup
+         ln -s ./config_standard ./config
 
- 3) Customize the files in the config directory.
+ 3) Customize the files in the ./config directory.
 
- 4) Execute ./runit.sh as root. This will create a file
-    "files.ent" (which contains an entity declaration that
-    allows us to have absolute paths in the profile) and
-    then run nALFS to start the build.
+ 4) Execute ./runit.sh as root. This will start nALFS with
+    the right parameters. It will also create a file
+    "files.ent" which contains an entity declaration that
+    allows us to have absolute paths in the profile.

Modified: profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/README.download
===================================================================
--- profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/README.download	2005-05-02 00:43:23 UTC (rev 1886)
+++ profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/README.download	2005-05-02 19:54:06 UTC (rev 1887)
@@ -30,5 +30,3 @@
 This is a list of those packages:
 
  - The Sun Java SDK (Binary and Source)
- 
- - !To be added!

Modified: profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/config_standard/config.ent
===================================================================
--- profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/config_standard/config.ent	2005-05-02 00:43:23 UTC (rev 1886)
+++ profiles/BLFS/branches/6.0/config_standard/config.ent	2005-05-02 19:54:06 UTC (rev 1887)
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
 <!ENTITY perl-version "5.8.5">
 
 <!-- Net-DNS nameserver tests -->
-<!-- Whether you want to perform these tests -->
+<!-- Whether you want to perform these tests or not -->
 <!ENTITY nameserver-tests "yes">
 
 <!-- Kerberos implementation -->
@@ -79,12 +79,6 @@
 <!-- XFree86 (xfree86) or X.org (xorg) -->
 <!ENTITY ximpl "xorg">
 
-<!-- Qt install location -->
-<!-- Qt can either be installed in either the /usr or /opt hierarchy 
-  configure by setting the following entity to "qt" for /usr or "qt-opt" for
-  /opt -->
-<!ENTITY qt-install "qt">
-
 <!-- Ghostscript implementation -->
 <!-- esp-gs (esp-ghostscript) or afpl-gs (ghostscript)-->
 <!ENTITY ghostscript-impl "esp-ghostscript">
@@ -93,6 +87,20 @@
 <!-- libungif or giflib -->
 <!ENTITY gif-impl "giflib">
 
+<!-- Qt install location -->
+<!-- /usr (qt) or /opt (qt-opt) -->
+<!ENTITY qt-install "qt">
+
+<!-- KDE install location -->
+<!-- /usr (usr) or /opt (opt) -->
+<!ENTITY kde-install "usr">
+<!ENTITY kde-prefix  "/&kde-install;">
+
+<!-- GNOME install location -->
+<!-- /usr (usr) or /opt (opt) --> 
+<!ENTITY gnome-install "usr">
+<!ENTITY gnome-prefix  "/&gnome-install;">
+
 <!-- MTA implementation -->
 <!-- sendmail, exim, courier, qpopper or postfix -->
 <!ENTITY mta-impl "sendmail">
@@ -100,20 +108,6 @@
 <!-- MySQL root password -->
 <!ENTITY mysql-root-pass "blahblah">
 
-<!-- KDE configuration -->
-<!-- KDE Install Type -->
-<!-- Set to usr or opt, also remember to change the kde-prefix
-  entity below accordingly -->
-<!ENTITY kde-install "usr">
-<!ENTITY kde-prefix "/usr">
-
-<!-- GNOME configuration -->
-<!-- GNOME Install Type -->
-<!-- Set to "usr" or "opt", also remember to change the gnome-prefix
-  entity below accordingly --> 
-<!ENTITY gnome-install "usr">
-<!ENTITY gnome-prefix "/usr">
-
 <!-- ALSA driver -->
 <!ENTITY sound-card  "emu10k1">
 




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