LFSMake 20000912 Released

David D.W. Downey david.downey at codecastle.com
Tue Sep 12 13:11:30 PDT 2000

Hey Gerard, I can test stuff for you if you want. Just roll it into an ISO
for me to download and I'll try it on the development machine here. I also
have my laptop (already prepared for my LFS creation which still lacks and
installer hehe) which I can run it on as well.

On Tue, 12 Sep 2000, Gerard Beekmans wrote:

> On Tue, 12 Sep 2000, you wrote:
> > Check it out at http://www.sunsetsystems.com/lfsmake.php3.
> I'm afraid I have to take a raincheck on that one. I used to test these kind 
> of things on my spare computer, the notebook, which died a unexpected death a 
> few days ago. I'm still not sure if I will bring it to Toshiba to get it 
> repaired or just wait a couple of months and purchase a new system. Either 
> way, since my normal system is used to perform plain installations of LFS 
> (plain as in manually "by the book" to test the new book) I don't have much 
> time or resources on this pc to do a full second installation. Normally I'd 
> just run it on the spare computer and walk away from it. If it screws things 
> up, no problem. On this machine I'm more cautious.
> So it's not out of distrust or anything like that that I'm not going to try 
> out LFSMake quite yet, it's just I don't have the spare resources to do it 
> on. 

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