[alfs-discuss] Problem downloading sources for LFS 8.0 book
dj at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Jun 10 19:20:43 PDT 2018
On June 10, 2018 9:10:00 PM CDT, Don Cross <cosinekitty at gmail.com> wrote:
>Hello. I have manually completed two LFS builds before now (on amd64
>Raspberry Pi, based on http://intestinate.com/pilfs/), just so you know
>not a total noob! :)
>I'm trying ALFS for the first time. I'm trying to build LFS (System V)
>because that is the highest version that is described as being
>with jhalfs-2.4, according to
>The main problem is jhalfs can't download this file because it doesn't
>I think this URL is coming from
>which I'm guessing ends up being used to generate my local file
>When I use my browser to look at the directory
>... I see lfs-bootscripts-20170626.tar.bz2 instead. But when I look in
>wget-list in that same directory, it specifies downloading
>So I'm thinking that is a bug, but I'm not sure how to correct this
>in the jhalfs-2.4 build process.
>What should I do? Is there some way to hack the build process to use
>20170626 version of the file, or do I need to find the 20150222 version
>from somewhere else?
>Incidentally, the following URL is giving me a 500 Internal Server
>(Maybe a temporary outage?)
>I found the following instead, and it hashes to the same md5 checksum:
>I just threw that in my $SRC_ARCHIVE, so I'm not worried about this one
>much. Just thought the maintainers would want to know.
>Thanks in advance for any help. LFS is an awesome educational
Best to use SVN version of jhalfs and build 8.2 (or SVN book if you do long term maintenance anyway rather than rebuild).
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