John Anthony Kazos Jr.
jkazos at vt.edu
Fri May 23 14:11:30 PDT 2003
I guess this goes more for the Pure LFS set, but since the host system is
unspecified (and could be INCREDIBLY old or broken, or even compromised in
ways that might not carry over when building new packages (because if it
did carry over, this wouldn't matter anyway)), I wonder if it would be
better to suggest (if the person has enough disk space) to first build
chapter 5 in a directory on the host system, and add mke2fs (and maybe
tune2fs) to chapter 5, and use those to initialize the partition. Then, the
/static directory or the /stage1 directory and symlink could be put on
there with a simple mv -r. Anyone think this'd be useful?
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