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tushar at linuxfromscratch.org tushar at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Jan 2 01:31:51 PST 2005


Author: tushar
Date: 2005-01-02 02:31:50 -0700 (Sun, 02 Jan 2005)
New Revision: 923

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-TITLE:		 LFS Package Reference
-LFS VERSION: 5.0 on.
-AUTHOR:		 Richard A Downing FBCS <geek109ZZZhotmailZZZcom>
-SYNOPSIS:    On-line documentation and training for all the LFS packages.
-LICENSE:	 Free Document License
-DATE: 		 2004-01-15
-PREREQUISITES:	None.
-DESCRIPTION: This is an index to all the packages that make up Linux from
-   			 Scratch (LFS).
-HINT:
+AUTHOR: Richard A Downing FBCS CITP <TheOldFellow at gmail dot com>
+DATE: 2004-12-28
+LICENSE: Creative Commons - Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0
+SYNOPSIS: LFS package references
 
-IMPORTANT NOTE.
+DESCRIPTION: This is an index to all the packages that make up
+[1]Linux from Scratch (LFS). Under each package we list, in this
+order:
+ 1. The homepage for the package, or the [2]freshmeat.net page if
+ there isn't a homepage we know about.
+ 2. The URL of the manual, possibly the man page, but something to let
+ you learn what the package does and how to use it. There are a few
+ packages where we either have nothing yet to tell you here, or the
+ homepage is the best reference for manuals that we know.
+ 3. Optionally, the URL's of interesting and informative material that
+ may help you understand the package better, use it for some common
+ task, or be otherwise educational.
 
-   You will find this text version of this document very hard to use.  I
-   have published it in this way only because the LFS Hints standard
-   says 'text only'.  You should always use the latest version on-line at:
-  
-   		http://www.109bean.org.uk/LFS-references.html.
-   
-   Just in case you insist on using this version, note that the numbers
-   like this [1] refer to the list of URLs in the appendix.
-   
-   This text document was produced by running 'lynx -dump' on the website
-   version on 2004-01-11.
+PREREQUISITES: None.
 
-   There will probably never be any further revisions of this text version.
+HINT:
 
-What is this Document?
-
-   This is an index to all the packages that make up [5]Linux from
-   Scratch (LFS). Under each package we list, in this order:
-    1. The homepage for the package, or the [6]freshmeat.net page if
-       there isn't a homepage we know about.
-    2. The URL of the manual, possibly the man page, but something to let
-       you learn what the package does and how to use it. There are a few
-       packages where we either have nothing yet to tell you here, or the
-       homepage is the best reference for manuals that we know.
-    3. Optionally, the URL's of interesting and informative material that
-       may help you understand the package better, use it for some common
-       task, or be otherwise educational.
-
 Why would I want to use this material?
 
-   You might ask if there is any value in this list: "doesn't the LFS
-   book contain all I need to build LFS?"
+You might ask if there is any value in this list: "doesn't the LFS
+book contain all I need to build LFS?"
 
-   We'll yes it does, but only just sufficient information, and a little
-   extra educational material so that you can troubleshoot as you
-   proceed. But what if you want to use your new LFS system? Don't you
-   want to know what you have just built?
+Well yes it does, but only just sufficient information, and a little
+extra educational material so that you can troubleshoot as you
+proceed. But what if you want to use your new LFS system? Don't you
+want to know what you have just built?
 
-   Here is a starting place to understand the software you have already
-   installed, but have so far only used to build the system itself.
+Here is a starting place to understand the software you have already
+installed, but have so far only used to build the system itself.
 
 How is the document maintained, and how can I help?
 
-   When there is a new major release of LFS we review this document to
-   check if there are any new packages we need to include, or perhaps
-   some we don't need any more. Apart from that the content relies on
-   people like you sending suggestions to the document maintainer.
+When there is a new major release of LFS we review this document to
+check if there are any new packages we need to include, or perhaps
+some we don't need any more. Apart from that the content relies on
+people like you sending suggestions to the document maintainer.
 
-   If you find a useful on-line document about one of the LFS packages,
-   just [7]send an email to the maintainer with:
-    1. The URL of the material.
-    2. A short explanation of why you think it should be included here.
+If you find a useful on-line document about one of the LFS packages,
+just [3]send an email to the maintainer with:
+ 1. The URL of the material.
+ 2. A short explanation of why you think it should be included here.
 
-   You can also email to say you found something here to be less useful
-   than you hoped, but we may disagree!
+You can also email to say you found something here to be less useful
+than you hoped, but we may disagree!
 
-   You may feel that your current expertise is too lowly to contribute,
-   but you are wrong; it is only by using the experiences of people while
-   they are learning that we can find out which are the best learning
-   tools. Please take the time to give us some feedback if you can.
+You may feel that your current expertise is too lowly to contribute,
+but you are wrong; it is only by using the experiences of people while
+they are learning that we can find out which are the best learning
+tools. Please take the time to give us some feedback if you can.
 
-   We are also interested in the views of people whose first language is
-   not English. However, because we only speak English fluently, it's
-   hard for us to maintain lists of good references for other languages.
-   If you can do that for your language we will happily provide a link to
-   your document.
-     _________________________________________________________________
+We are also interested in the views of people whose first language is
+not English. However, because we only speak English fluently, it's
+hard for us to maintain lists of good references for other languages.
+If you can do that for your language we will happily provide a link to
+your document.
+  _________________________________________________________________
 
-The Package Index
+To view the LFS Package References go to the on-line copy at:
+http://www.109bean.org.uk/lfsdocs/LFS-references.html
+  _________________________________________________________________
 
-Autoconf
+ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: I have received encouragement and advice from
+numerous people concerning this work. They are too many to list and in
+any case, probably due to age, my memory is faulty.
 
-   Autoconf is an extensible package of m4 macros that produce shell
-   scripts to automatically configure software source code packages.
+CHANGELOG:
 
-   The ./configure scripts that you run to start the build of almost
-   every source package was built by Autoconf. If you ever want to write
-   your own OpenSource package, or build one from CVS, you need to be
-   able to use Autoconf.
+[2004-01-19]
+ 1st release as a text file. NOTE: only the on-line version is
+ maintained actively.
 
-   [8]Autoconf homepage
+[2004-12-28]
+ Revised the online version. No significant content
+ changes. Changed license to Creative Commons.  Removed unusable
+ content from the text hint.
 
-   [9]Autoconf manual
+© Richard A Downing FBCS 2003, 2004
 
-   [10]GNU Autoconf, AutoMake and Libtool. a printed and on-line book.
-   Universally known as The Goat Book
+[4]Creative Commons License
 
-   [11]Learning Autoconf and Automake a tutorial.
-
-Automake
-
-   Automake is a tool for automatically generating `Makefile.in' files
-   compliant with the GNU Coding Standards.
-
-   Automake is the second part of the GNU auto-tools. If you need
-   Autoconf, then you need Automake too.
-
-   [12]Automake homepage
-
-   [13]Automake manual
-
-   Check-out the [14]Autoconf section for other refrerences
-
-Bash
-
-   Bash is the GNU Project's Bourne Again SHell, a complete
-   implementation of the POSIX.2 shell specification with interactive
-   command line editing, job control on architectures that support it,
-   csh-like features such as history substitution and brace expansion,
-   and a slew of other features.
-
-   The effective use of your shell is the single most important skill
-   that you need to make use of LFS. If and until you build a graphical
-   environment, such as XFree86, you will be interacting with Linux
-   through the shell. The shell we built for LFS is BASH.
-
-   [15]Bash homepage
-
-   [16]GNU Bash Reference Manual (on-line)
-
-   [17]GNU Bash Reference Manual (for paper orders, and PDF download)
-
-   [18]The Advanced Bash Scripting Guide
-
-   [19]Bash Programming - Introduction HOWTO
-
-   [20]Working more productively with BASH 2.x
-
-   [21]Learning the Bash Shell, 2nd Edition, a recommended paper book.
-
-Binutils
-
-   The GNU Binutils are a collection of binary tools.
-
-   These are useful tools to manipulate and interogate object libraries
-   and programs. If you ask difficult questions on LFS-Support, you may
-   be asked to use these tools, here's where you find out what they do.
-
-   [22]Binutils homepage
-
-   [23]Manual index for the constituent programs of binutils
-
-Bison
-
-   Bison is a general-purpose parser generator that converts a grammar
-   description for an LALR context-free grammar into a C program to parse
-   that grammar.
-
-   When UNIX was young, many people attempted to write software to
-   generate compilers automatically from a definition of the language
-   that they were intended to compile. One such attempt was called: Yet
-   Another Compiler-Compiler, or YACC for short. Bison is a modern yacc.
-   (Joke Hint: Both are ungulates, only one is Tibetan)
-
-   You can use a LALR grammar to describe many computer languages, and
-   then use bison to parse them.
-
-   [24]Bison homepage
-
-   [25]Bison reference manual
-
-   [26]The Lex and Yacc Page helps put these tools into context.
-
-   [27]lex & yacc, 2nd Edition a paper book that covers Bison.
-
-Bzip2
-
-   bzip2 is a freely available, patent free, high-quality data
-   compressor.
-
-   There are two formats for compressed files commonly used in the UNIX
-   world, Gzip and Bzip2. LFS builds both packages. Bzip2 is generally
-   slower tha gzip, but compresses more.
-
-   [28]Bzip2 homepage
-
-   [29]Bzip2 reference manual
-
-   [30]The Bzip2 HOWTO
-
-Coreutils
-
-   The GNU Core Utilities are the basic file, shell and text manipulation
-   utilities of the GNU operating system.
-
-   Early versions of LFS used three packages, fileutils, shellutils, and
-   textutils. but these have now been combined into a single package to
-   provide all the core utilities that a POSIX operating system must
-   provide. Here are all the little utilities to manipulate files in your
-   system.
-
-   [31]Coreutils homepage
-
-   [32]Coreutils reference manual
-
-Dejagnu
-
-   DejaGnu is a framework for testing other programs.
-
-   LFS uses dejagnu to test that the toolchain (binutils, gcc and glibc)
-   have been successfuly built and installed. Once LFS has been completed
-   and the /tools directory has been deleted, you won't have dejagnu on
-   your system anymore, so if you want it, you should re-install it.
-
-   [33]Dejagnu homepage
-
-   [34]The GNU Testing Framework Manual
-
-Diffutils
-
-   You can use the diff command to show differences between two files, or
-   each corresponding file in two directories.
-
-   All the patches supplied as part of LFS were created using diff, it's
-   an important tool.
-
-   [35]Diffutils homepage
-
-   [36]Comparing and Merging Files with GNU diff and patch, an on-line
-   manual
-
-   [37]Comparing and Merging Files with GNU diff and patch, a book in
-   paper or PDF format
-
-E2fsprogs
-
-   E2fsprogs provides the filesystem utilities for use with the ext2
-   filesystem. It also supports the ext3 filesystem with journaling
-   support.
-
-   There does not appear to be an on-line manual for e2fsprogs, if you
-   know of one, email a URL.
-
-   [38]E2fsprogs homepage
-
-Ed
-
-   GNU ed is a line-oriented text editor. It's just about as simple as an
-   editor can be, yet it's very useful in scripts. You can learn enough
-   of it in a few minutes.
-
-   [39]Ed homepage
-
-   [40]A reference manual
-
-Expect
-
-   Expect is a tool for automating interactive applications such as
-   telnet, ftp, passwd, fsck, rlogin, tip, etc.
-
-   Once LFS has been completed and the /tools directory has been deleted,
-   you won't have expect on your system anymore, so if you want it, you
-   should re-install it.
-
-   [41]Expect homepage
-
-   [42]An article about using expect in scripts.
-
-   [43]Another article about using expect.
-
-File
-
-   File attempts to classify files depending on their contents and prints
-   a description if a match is found.
-
-   [44]File freshmeat page
-
-   [45]An on-line man page for file
-
-   [46]Some information about files
-
-Findutils
-
-   The GNU Find Utilities are the basic directory searching utilities of
-   the GNU operating system.
-
-   [47]Findutils homepage
-
-   [48]Finding Files, the on-line Manual
-
-   [49]A Very Valuable Find, an on-line article
-
-Flex
-
-   Flex is a fast lexical analyser generator.
-
-   Back when the world was young and UNIX had just been invented, sad
-   people wanted to analyse texts, so they wrote Lex, a lexical analyser.
-   Flex is a compatible, and faster, rewrite of Lex.
-
-   [50]Flex homepage
-
-   [51]Flex reference Manual
-
-   Checkout the other references under [52]Bison too.
-
-Gawk
-
-   Gawk is an implementation of the awk utility. The awk utility
-   interprets a special-purpose programming language that makes it
-   possible to handle simple data-reformatting jobs with just a few lines
-   of code.
-
-   When it was invented Awk was one of the seminal computer programs - it
-   really did change the world. Even if you give up on it's complicated
-   syntax, you should still be aware of it. Learning to be fluent in Awk
-   is a little like a European learning Japanese. Wakarimasu ka?
-
-   I give you lots of references, but awk needs lots of study.
-
-   [53]Gawk homepage
-
-   [54]The GNU Awk User's Guide
-
-   [55]Getting started with awk
-
-   [56]How to get things done with awk ?
-
-   [57]An Awk Tutorial
-
-   [58]The AWK Programming Language, the book on awk, by awk's inventors
-
-   [59]Effective awk Programming, 3rd Edition, a paper book on awk
-
-   [60]sed & awk, 2nd Edition, yet another book on awk, this time with
-   sed, two for the price of one!
-
-Gcc
-
-   gcc is the GNU Compiler Collection. There really is far too much that
-   could be listed here that we limit ourselves to just the official
-   sites. Program in C, C++, Objective C, Java or ADA, and you'll find
-   out all about GCC.
-
-   [61]Gcc homepage
-
-   [62]The gcc 3.3.2 reference manual, for other versions navigate from
-   the home page.
-
-Gettext
-
-   Gettext is the GNU internationalization library. Packages that link to
-   it properly can interface in many natural languages.
-
-   [63]Gettext homepage
-
-   [64]Gettext reference manual
-
-Glibc
-
-   The GNU C library is used as the C library in the GNU system and most
-   newer systems with the Linux kernel.
-
-   It's important to realise that, because most utilities and other
-   libraries are writen in C or C++, the C library underpins far more
-   than just "programming in C". It's the most critical library on your
-   system.
-
-   [65]Glibc homepage
-
-   [66]Glibc reference manual
-
-Grep
-
-   Grep searches one or more input files for lines containing a match to
-   a specified pattern.
-
-   [67]Grep homepage
-
-   [68]Grep reference manual
-
-   [69]A simple grep tutorial
-
-   [70]Another grep tutorial
-
-   [71]A tip about running grep with find
-
-Groff
-
-   Groff (GNU Troff) software is a typesetting package which reads plain
-   text mixed with formatting commands and produces formatted output.
-
-   The troff markup language is almost as old as UNIX.
-
-   [72]groff homepage
-
-   [73]A page of references, unfortunately mostly in postscript.
-
-   [74]This is a link to the MOM documents on your own machine.
-
-Grub
-
-   GNU GRUB is a Multiboot boot loader.
-
-   [75]Grub homepage
-
-   [76]The Grub reference manual
-
-Gzip
-
-   gzip (GNU zip) is a compression utility designed to be a replacement
-   for compress.
-
-   [77]Gzip2 homepage
-
-   [78]Gzip2 reference manual
-
-Inetutils
-
-   Inetutils is a collection of common network programs.
-
-   The best advice I can give on learning these is to read the man pages
-
-   [79]Inetutils homepage
-
-Kbd
-
-   The kbd package contains keytable files and keyboard utilities.
-
-   [80]Kdb freshmeat page
-
-Less
-
-   Less is a pager. A pager is a program that displays text files in
-   pagefulls.
-
-   [81]Less homepage
-
-LFS-bootscripts
-
-   This package contains the LFS bootscripts. There is no specific
-   homepage, just the:
-
-   [82]LFS website
-
-LFS-utils
-
-   This package contains programs that don't warrant building their whole
-   package just to get LFS running. It's maintained by the LFS team, so
-   has no specific homepage, just the:
-
-   [83]LFS website
-
-Libtool
-
-   GNU libtool is a generic library support script. It is part of the GNU
-   AutoTools, with Autoconf and Automake.
-
-   [84]Libtool homepage
-
-   [85]Libtool manual
-
-   Please also see the [86]Autoconf entry.
-
-Linux
-
-   Linux is a clone of the operating system Unix, written from scratch by
-   Linus Torvalds with assistance from a loosely-knit team of hackers
-   across the Net.
-
-   [87]Linux Kernel Project homepage
-
-   [88]The Linux Documentation Project homepage is the source for
-   documents on everything Linux.
-
-M4
-
-   GNU m4 is an implementation of the traditional Unix macro processor.
-
-   M4 is very important as the GNU Autotools use it. It has not changed
-   for years and years, and may be the most stable UNIX package of all
-   time.
-
-   [89]M4 homepage
-
-   [90]M4 reference manual
-
-Make
-
-   Make is a tool which controls the generation of executables and other
-   non-source files of a program from the program's source files.
-
-   Once the ./configure script has done it's stuff, the rest of a
-   standard package build is done by make. Anyone wishing to learn how to
-   program should have an understanding of how make works.
-
-   [91]Make homepage
-
-   [92]Make reference manual
-
-MAKEDEV
-
-   MAKEDEV is a script to create the device nodes in /dev. It is LFS
-   specific, and has no homepages except:
-
-   [93]LFS Website
-
-Man
-
-   The man page suite, including man, apropos, and whatis consists of
-   programs that are used to read most of the documentation available on
-   a Linux system.
-
-   Type 'man man' at a shell prompt, it's the best manual you'll find,
-   however:
-
-   [94]On-line man page
-
-Man-pages
-
-   The manpages package contains a large collection of man pages for
-   Linux covering programming APIs, file formats, protocols, etc.
-
-   [95]Man-pages homepage
-
-Modutils
-
-   The modutils package contains utilities that are intended to make a
-   Linux-2.4.x modular kernel manageable for all users, administrators,
-   and distribution maintainers.
-
-   A note here for those of an adventurous nature - Linux-2.6 uses a
-   different package, finding it I leave as an exercise for the reader.
-
-   [96]Modutils freshmeat page
-
-Ncurses
-
-   The ncurses (new curses) library is a freeware emulation of System V
-   Release 4.0 curses.
-
-   When the early users of UNIX moved on from teletypewriters to vdus,
-   they needed a library to make writing programs for vdus easy. Curses,
-   whose name is an allusion to the cursor, was the result.
-
-   [97]Ncurses homepage
-
-Net-tools
-
-   The net-tools package contains a collection of programs that form the
-   base set of the NET-3 networking distribution for the Linux operating
-   system.
-
-   [98]Net-tools freshmeat page
-
-Patch
-
-   Patch takes a patch file containing a difference listing produced by
-   the diff program and applies those differences to one or more original
-   files, producing patched versions.
-
-   [99]Patch homepage
-
-   [100]Patch reference manual
-
-   See also the entries under [101]diffutils
-
-Perl
-
-   Perl is a high-level, general-purpose programming language that makes
-   easy things easy and hard things possible.
-
-   [102]www.perl.org - The Home of Perl
-
-   [103]www.perldoc.com - The Perl documentation site
-
-Procinfo
-
-   Procinfo is a package to allow you to get useful information from
-   /proc.
-
-   [104]Procinfo freshmeat page
-
-Procps
-
-   These utilities report what is running, who is logged in, how long the
-   system has been running, and what is using up memory.
-
-   [105]Procps homepage
-
-Psmisc
-
-   Miscellaneous proc FS tools: fuser, killall, pidof, and pstree.
-
-   [106]Psmisc homepage
-
-Sed
-
-   Sed, the GNU Stream Editor, copies the named files (standard input
-   default) to the standard output, edited according to a script of
-   commands.
-
-   [107]Sed homepage
-
-   [108]Sed reference manual
-
-   [109]A sourceforge Sed site with lots of tutorial references
-
-   [110]Another website with references and tips (a bit MSDOS oriented
-   though)
-
-   [111]sed & awk, 2nd Edition, a book on sed with awk, two for the price
-   of one!
-
-Shadow
-
-   The Shadow password file utilities package includes the programs
-   necessary to convert traditional V7 UNIX password files to the SVR4
-   shadow password format, and additional tools to maintain password and
-   group files (that work with both shadow and non-shadow passwords).
-
-   [112]Shadow homepage
-
-Sysklogd
-
-   The sysklogd package implements two system log daemons.
-
-   [113]Sysklogd freshmeat page
-
-Sysvinit
-
-   Init is the parent of all processes. Its primary role is to create
-   processes from a script stored in the file /etc/inittab.
-
-   [114]Sysvinit freshmeat page
-
-Tar
-
-   The tar program provides the ability to create tar archives, as well
-   as various other kinds of manipulation.
-
-   [115]Tar homepage
-
-   [116]Tar reference manual
-
-Tcl
-
-   Tcl provides a portable scripting environment for Unix, Windows, and
-   Macintosh that supports string processing and pattern matching, native
-   file system access, shell-like control over other programs, TCP/IP
-   networking, timers, and event-driven I/O.
-
-   [117]The Tcl and Tk homepage
-
-Texinfo
-
-   Texinfo is a documentation system that uses a single source to produce
-   both on-line information (info, HTML, XML, Docbook) and printed output
-   (DVI, PDF).
-
-   [118]Texinfo homepage
-
-   [119]Texinfo reference manual
-
-Util-linux
-
-   Util-linux s a suite of essential utilities for any Linux system.
-
-   [120]Util-linux homepage
-
-Vim
-
-   Vim is an almost fully-compatible version of the Unix editor Vi.
-
-   [121]Vim homepage
-
-   [122]Vimdoc, the Vim documentation resource
-
-   [123]An on-line ebook for students of Vim
-
-Zlib
-
-   zlib is designed to be a free, general-purpose, legally unencumbered,
-   lossless data-compression library for use on virtually any computer
-   hardware and operating system.
-
-   [124]Zlib homepage
-
-   © Richard A Downing FBCS 2003, 2004
-
-   Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
-   under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or
-   any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no
-   Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. A
-   copy of the license can be found on the GNU Website by following this
-   [125]hyperlink.".
-
-   [126]Valid XHTML 1.1! 
-
 References
 
-   1. http://www.freewebs.com/109bean/opensource.html
-   2. http://www.freewebs.com/109bean/index.html
-   3. mailto:geek109 at hotmail.com?Subject=LFS-References
-   4. http://www.freewebs.com/109bean/LFS-references.html#license
-   5. http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/
-   6. http://freshmeat.net/
-   7. mailto:geek109 at hotmail.com?Subject=LFS-References
-   8. http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf
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-  33. http://www.gnu.org/software/dejagnu/
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-  38. http://e2fsprogs.sourceforge.net/
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- 126. http://validator.w3.org/check/referer
+1. http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/
+2. http://freshmeat.net/
+3. mailto:TheOldFellow at gmail.com?Subject=LFS-References
+4. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/
 
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