Staying correct and current.
lfs-list at projecthugo.co.uk
Sun Apr 16 10:17:16 PDT 2006
Peter Fosseus wrote:
>I realize that CLFS is perpetually moving target, but is there anyway that
>someone could say if we can "insert" the updates easily or if they require a
>If you could say something like
>Updated to GCC 4.1.0. [no rebuild required, drop in replacement]
>Updated to Linux 126.96.36.199. [no rebuild required, drop in replacement]
>Updated to Glibc 2.4. [rebuild required from "Chapter V. Building the LFS
>It would make it easier for us to stay correct and current. I am about 1/2 way
>through, using 4.0.3 and glibc--20051107, but would like to use the latest,
>(4.1.0 ang glibc 2.4) one of my main reasons for using LFS.
Whats your reason for wanting ot use the 4.1.0 / 2.4 combination - you
do know that this combination is also availble in FC5 and gentoo now I
I suggest you take a copy of the book, and build with it so that any
changes that are made while your building don't effect you.
I don't think there is need for "can upgrade" tags on packages.
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