cvs commit: ALFS/profiles/LFS README

jamie at linuxfromscratch.org jamie at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Feb 1 11:54:53 PST 2004


jamie       04/02/01 12:54:53

  Modified:    profiles/LFS README
  Log:
  Made the instructions to run the LFS profile cleaner and more friendly.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.8       +23 -18    ALFS/profiles/LFS/README
  
  Index: README
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvsroot/ALFS/profiles/LFS/README,v
  retrieving revision 1.7
  retrieving revision 1.8
  diff -u -r1.7 -r1.8
  --- README	15 Jan 2004 01:41:17 -0000	1.7
  +++ README	1 Feb 2004 19:54:52 -0000	1.8
  @@ -8,26 +8,31 @@
   there is now a configuration directory for the different
   configurations the profile could be used to generate.
   
  -To use the profile you should:
  +To use the profile you should :-
   
  -- create a configuration directory by copying either the config_seperate
  -  (if your downloading the packages via the wget script) directory or
  -  the config_tarball (if your using the lfs-packages tarball --
  -  currently only applies to LFS-5.0) directory;
  -  should be named config_XXX where XXX is the name of the configuration
  +1) if you downloaded the LFS packages seperately you should copy 
  +   the config_seperate directory to a directory named config :-
   
  -- customize the files in the new configuration directory
  -  - the file general.ent contains a bunch of entity declarations
  -  - the file fstab.xml contains the command to generate the fstab file
  -  - the file kernel.xml contains the profile for building the kernel
  -  - the file grub.xml contains the commands for configuring grub - 
  -      these are commented out by default
  -  - the file keymap.xml is used to set up the default keymap
  +  	cp -r config_seperate config
  +	
  +or
   
  -- create a symbolic link named "config" to the configuration
  -  you want to use
  +   if you downloaded the lfs-package tarball (only applies to LFS-5.0)
  +   you should copy the config_tarball directory to a directory named
  +   config :-
   
  -- execute sh ./runit as root. Please note that if you have installed nALFS
  -  into a non-standard location (/usr/local/bin) then you may need to edit
  -  runit to point to your local copy.
  +   	cp -r config_tarball config
  +  
  +2) customize the files in the new configuration directory
  +   - the file general.ent contains a bunch of entity declarations
  +   - the file fstab.xml contains the command to generate the fstab file
  +   - the file kernel.xml contains the profile for building the kernel
  +   - the file grub.xml contains the commands for configuring the grub 
  +     bootloader although the steps to do this are commented out by 
  +     default
  +   - the file keymap.xml is used to set up the default keymap
  +
  +3) execute sh ./runit as root. Please note that if you have installed 
  +   nALFS into a location other than /usr/local/bin you will need to edit
  +   runit to point to your copy of nALFS.
     
  
  
  



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