Advertising for LFS

Steve Hayashi sth at andrew.cmu.edu
Wed Jan 17 18:16:03 PST 2001


I actually stumbled upon LFS after coming across it in an old HOWTO
page.  Best discovery I've made in a long while

-Steve

On Wed, 17 Jan 2001, Jason Gurtz wrote:

> 
> 
> >
> > On the second thought, advertising LFS might be not a bad idea after
> > all... LFS is the scratch-an-itch version of a random distribution... that
> > might have a healty effect in the sense that people would finally be
> > confronted with the real nature of linux.
> >
> 
> Yea!  Kind of funny, I knew all along that Linux was built of many utilities
> and the like, and never really had the 'windoze' view of how it worked. But,
> the problem was, as much as i wanted to get a grip on how it *really* was
> put togeather, i didn't know were to look, and it was purly by accident that
> I stumbled on LFS.  Everywhere was RH and distribution and the concept of
> distribution didn't make sense (it does now)  After reading the first few
> pages i said, "damnit, why didn't i find this months ago, instead of now."
> 
> ~jason
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