How to thoroughly test the LFS?

Ming Zhang mingz at ele.uri.edu
Tue May 10 09:09:45 PDT 2005


On Tue, 2005-05-10 at 17:00 +0100, Andrew Benton wrote:
> Ming Zhang wrote:
> > ok, then let us reduce the range. how to verify the basic packages like
> > binutils, glibc and gcc is correct? or 90% correct? as long as the test
> > like "make check" or "make test" passed?
> > 
> 
> Just because a package builds and passes all the tests doesn't tell you that it won't 
i guess so. so this is why i am worrying about.

> cause problems. The only way to know for sure is to build what you want and fix 
> whatever issues you come across as you go.
the problem is who is the black sheep? when a php running in apache get
error, i donot know is php, or apache, or configuration, or glibc or
kernel... cause the error. :P

so i am thinking that i am doing some people RH or Suse hired to do.
QA. :P


> Life's like a box of chocolates,
> you never know what you're going to get
en. i like this, but i do not want to be treated like this at this
time. :P maybe i have no choice. :)

thx

ming


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