[RFC] Add CrackLib to Chapter 6 LFS
LFS-User at mcmurchy.com
Thu Aug 4 19:12:59 PDT 2005
Jeremy Huntwork wrote these words on 08/04/05 20:03 CST:
> steve crosby wrote:
>>Regardless, if the end user doesn't like/want the policy, all that's
>>required is to skip this package installation, much the same as people
>>can currently skip things like gettext, module-init tools, etc.
> Well, add it without question then. As long as the book mentions that
> you can skip it if you want.
Why would a mention "that you can skip it if you want" be necessary?
There is no mention in the other package instructions that skipping
it is okay, why would CrackLib be any different?
You say this as if the LFS book as it is, is the way it should be,
and never be enhanced or changed to become better.
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