Purpose of the FAQ
jester2.0 at comcast.net
Tue Jun 1 17:10:53 PDT 2004
Jeroen Coumans wrote:
>LFS is not a distro, it's a book which teaches about the inner workings
>of a Linux system by building one from the source. Thus, while a boot
>CD is a very handy companion, it doesn't serve the primary goal of LFS
>and thus shouldn't be a requirement or assumption.
How does using a CD vs. a host take from the learning experience? You still
have to mount the drives, create directories, users, etc. Just cause your
host is a CD does not in any way change the learning aspect of LFS.
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