a suggestion for the CLFS book
Robert P. J. Day
rpjday at mindspring.com
Tue Nov 1 10:34:33 PST 2005
one of the things that i think would be useful in the midst of the
recipe to build a CLFS is to, after each page of instructions, explain
what should have happened and what changes/additions in terms of files
or directories the user should expect to see.
this acts as a kind of validation so that the user can verify that
what he just did produced the correct results. i've used this
approach in a lot of the docs i've written and it's always been pretty
popular with my students.
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