r2475 - jhalfs/branches/experimental

georgeb at linuxfromscratch.org georgeb at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Apr 3 09:01:33 PDT 2006


Author: georgeb
Date: 2006-04-03 10:01:32 -0600 (Mon, 03 Apr 2006)
New Revision: 2475

Modified:
   jhalfs/branches/experimental/README
Log:
README, adjust line lenght

Modified: jhalfs/branches/experimental/README
===================================================================
--- jhalfs/branches/experimental/README	2006-04-03 14:10:00 UTC (rev 2474)
+++ jhalfs/branches/experimental/README	2006-04-03 16:01:32 UTC (rev 2475)
@@ -77,15 +77,17 @@
     A. Yes it does..
 
     Q. "What is the function of the SRC_ARCHIVE variable
-    A. When the makefile runs it creates a local copy of the necessary packages in BUILDDIR/sources by
-       downloading the files. If the variable SRC_ARCHIVE is defined the software will first look in 
-       this location for the file and, if found, will copy it to BUILDDIR/sources. If the files are not
-       found in SRC_ARCHIVE _and_ you have write priv to the directory any downloaded files will be
-       mirrored there.
+    A. When the makefile runs it creates a local copy of the necessary packages
+       in BUILDDIR/sources by downloading the files. If the variable SRC_ARCHIVE
+       is defined the software will first look in this location for the file and,
+       if found, will copy it to BUILDDIR/sources. If the files are not found in 
+       SRC_ARCHIVE _and_ you have write priv to the directory any downloaded 
+       files will be mirrored there.
 
     Q. "Why have 2 copies of the files."
-    A. The packages files must be visible during the chroot phase and this is a simple and reliable method.
-       This method also handles the CLFS build method where the final build may be done on a separate machine.
+    A. The package files must be visible during the chroot phase and this is a 
+       simple and reliable method of doing so. This method also handles the CLFS
+       build method where the final build may be done on a separate machine.
 
 Authors:
   George Boudreau




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