"Roll Your Own Linux" ISO available

Matt Trinder Matt at westoncomputing.co.uk
Tue Aug 15 03:39:23 PDT 2000


Sounds like a great idea - any way of making it available on CD ?

-----Original Message-----
From: David D.W. Downey [mailto:david.downey at codecastle.com]
Sent: 15 August 2000 06:57
To: lfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org
Subject: "Roll Your Own Linux" ISO available



Hey folks,
	I loved the LFS idea so much I created an ISO with the LFS docs
for both the 2.2 and the 2.3 book files on it, all the source packages the
docs say to get, the 2.2.16 kernel, and the 2.4.0-test6 kernel source and
all IT'S required application sources and put it into an ISO for those
that just want to get the stuff and get rolling without having to bounce
all over to get the files needed. For those of you with laptops, no fret,
I have the same thing so I included the latest sources for the pcmcia_cs
stuff as well. Be sure to read the  README.1ST file before using anything
in the ISO. This is NOT a sanctioned LFS ISO nor is it sanctioned by any
of the maintainers of any of the source code contained in the ISO.
This is just me making it available for those that want it.


The URL is ftp://ftp.codecastle.com/pub/roll_your_own/roll_your_own.iso

Also, there is an IRC server running on that machine. Feel free to start
an LFS channel. irc-d.codecastle.com is the URL for the IRC server.
The server is in the HYBNET (Hybrid Network) server pool of about 72
servers so you can choose from a number of different servers to log in
from.

Enough said. Have fun. :-)

PS: LFS, thanks for the time and effort on making the LFS site and
docs. I've been using Linux since 1994 but never thought of building my
own release. I'm doing it now. :-)

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David D.W. Downey          Red Hat Certified Engineer               
HAGISS Project Leader      http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/HAGISS/
Member LPI, OSWG           http://www.lpi.org & http://www.oswg.org     
QIXO, Inc.                 http://www.QIXO.com     
ddowney at QIXO.com           Senior Linux Systems Administrator

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