Ian Molton spyro at
Tue Jul 13 02:29:14 PDT 2004

On Mon, 12 Jul 2004 16:16:19 -0700
"Jim Gifford" <lfs at> wrote:

> The problem with LFS is that when people try to do the right thing it
> gets questioned

Sometimes theres more than one right way.

For example, booting under udev - you can do a linear boot sequence,
waiting for the previous set of actions to complete, or you can do a
hierachical, dependency based boot sequence.

so Questioning something isnt a bad thing. If the question came from
someones inexperience rather than technical reasons (and is wrong) then
direct them to documentation. No need to flame.

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