Pure LFS - latest work in progress

Jack Brown jbrown at kmts.ca
Tue Feb 4 00:14:37 PST 2003


On Tue, 04 Feb 2003 02:13:20 -0600, Jack Brown wrote:

> forgot one more benifit of this method, the partition used for the final
> system can be smaler using this method, just use nested directories
> until the final stage (ie. /lfs/lfs/lfs is where the actual harddrive
> would be mounted is using all 3 stages) nad in that way the only finles
> which ever touch the drive are the final product (ie, no need to make
> room for /static) and if you want it walso makes it very easy to make a
> minimal final system by only installing things like bash, glibc and the
> kernel,etc,etc in the final stage and omiting packages like gcc, without
> substantially changing the instructions.
> 
> Jack Brown
> 
> P.S. perhaps there's some way to combine the different methods...
 
God I need to start using a spell checker.
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