r918 - trunk

tushar at linuxfromscratch.org tushar at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Dec 6 17:43:54 PST 2004


Author: tushar
Date: 2004-12-06 18:43:54 -0700 (Mon, 06 Dec 2004)
New Revision: 918

Modified:
   trunk/lpm.txt
Log:
Updated Hint: lpm

Modified: trunk/lpm.txt
===================================================================
--- trunk/lpm.txt	2004-12-06 07:37:42 UTC (rev 917)
+++ trunk/lpm.txt	2004-12-07 01:43:54 UTC (rev 918)
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-AUTHOR:		Daniel Zilli (danielzilli at superip.com.br)
+AUTHOR:		Daniel Zilli (daniel at zilli.gulinuxsul.org)
 
-DATE:		2004-05-24
+DATE:		2004-12-07
 
 LICENSE:      	GNU Free Documentation License Version 1.2
 
@@ -21,11 +21,9 @@
 Install-log software
 
 		http://ioioio.net/devel/install-log/install-log-cvs.tar.bz2
-		or
-		http://www.superip.com.br/~danielzilli/files/install-log-cvs.tar.bz2
 
 LPM script:
-		http://www.superip.com.br/~danielzilli/files/lpm
+		http://www.zilli.gulinuxsul.org/lpm/lpm
 
 
 HINT:
@@ -44,15 +42,13 @@
 1. Introduction
 ====================================
 
-The problem with LFS that there is no package management system everyone knows,
-and for me, must keep this way. A package management system is not obligatorily
-(just RPM if you plan make your system LSB compatible) but, that it can make 
-our life easier there is no doubt, specialty if you prefer source code than 
-binary packages. Unfortunately the packages management like rpm, dpkg and 
-pkgtool don't handle with source codes. So here where I get in. My work here is 
-produce a simple (I like this word!) and efficient environment to work with 
-source code. This works is based on the Installwatch and Install-log hints and 
-other things.
+Everyone know  that there is no package management system on LFS and for me, must keep this way. 
+A package management system is not obligatorily (just RPM if you plan make your system LSB compatible)
+but, that it can make our life easier there is no doubt, specialty if you prefer binary packages than 
+source codes packages. Unfortunately the packages management like rpm, dpkg and pkgtool don't handle with
+source codes. So here where I get in. My work here is produce a simple (I like this word!) and 
+efficient environment to work with source code. This works is based on the Installwatch and 
+Install-log hints and other things.
 
 
 2. Notes
@@ -194,7 +190,7 @@
 [2004-05-20]
   * Add the official intall-log url.
   * Remove the old section 2.
-  * Made the hint' text more clean.
+  * Made the hint's text more clean.
   * Improve the LPM scritp(v.1.1). Now the option -l works!
 [2004-05-21]
   * LPM scritp(v.1.2). Now you can pass a second argument as a new name to the
@@ -208,7 +204,6 @@
      it will show a list of all the logfiles from /var/log/install-log.
    * Improve the comments on the LPM script.      
    * Fix some typos.
-
-
-
-
+[2004-12-07]
+   * Made the hint's text more easy to understand.
+   * Updated the urls.




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