Getting up to date.
jschrod at uni-muenster.de
Tue Sep 2 05:57:19 PDT 2003
Declan. Moriarty wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 02, 2003 at 11:25:27AM +0200, Jochen Schroeder enlightened
> us thusly
>>>The day is coming when my legacy system will not compile the new lfs.
>>>It might have happened already :-/. It's either that or a distro. I
>>>got a peculiar feeling about them. Have you forgotten this sort of
>>In theory the PLFS method should be able to produce a LFS system from
>>any base system, Ryan was talking about trying from slackware 1 ish,
>>so compared to that lfs 3.3 is very modern ;-). So if you want to
>>upgrade just use CVS, or wait 2 more weeks until lfs-5.0 is out.
> Pure LFS is what I was hoping for... with an install logger. The real
> test for that one is to build from Tomsrtbt. I presume it's been done,
> but if not, it is bound to be possible. Then you won't have to go back
> any further, because that can be built under windoze.
> Hopefully our 'lonely' Tony Sequeira is e-mailing me cvs. You obviously
> missed the part where I was complaining that I couldn't download.
Well which end of the world are you at (i have the fuzzy memory of
ireland ??) if it's somewhere close (I'm in germany) you can sent me a
wishlist of programs and I can burn a CD and sent via snail-mail.
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