LFS iso image

Jesse Tie Ten Quee tie at mountlinux.com
Wed Jun 7 10:52:15 PDT 2000


Yo,

> PJ> how big a file is it?  it might be easier for me to recreate it.
> IIRC, it's nearly 200 MB. Plus Source. So receation would be
> definitivly easier :).
> 
> PJ> any suggestions are welcome - what should be included, etc.
> First I followed Erik A. Ayer's LFS-Bootdisk-HOWTO. Then I installed
> some additional stuff (patch, automake, autoconf, as86, ld86, ...) the same
> way as the other stuff in the Bootdisk-HOWTO. I used the disk as boot image
> for the CD and burned the loopback-file mentioned in the HOWTO and the
> source tarballs on the CD. The Kernel needs some modifications, i.e. initrd
> support. I don't know exactly how I did it, but it's recoverable :).
> Maybe I'll put together a mini-HOWTO regarding this subject when I got
> some spare time.

This is something that i'm interesting in and would be willing to throw a
lot of time at.

I have to go into Calgary and replace one my server's HD, i'll be
picking up a burner at the time (CDRW ofcourse) so i'm willing to be a
tester ;)

.HIghoS

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