Guiding Principles (Repost)
linux_from_scratch at yahoo.com
Tue May 11 09:11:07 PDT 2004
Jeroen Coumans wrote:
> I hate the "hamburger" analogy and prefer to think of LFS as building
> a house. The LFS book is much like a blueprint of your house. You do
> the construction yourself, and thus are free to deviate up to a
> certain point. If you deviate too much, your house will crumble. LFS
> provides the building blocks for a solid foundation upon which any
> kind of house can be built - a villa (BLFS), a millitary camp (HLFS),
> an airport (router), etc. In order to allow all these systems, we have
> to make LFS as generic as possible and also as minimal as possible.
+1 to replacing LFS's introduction with this. Very well put, Jeroen.
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