cvs commit: LFS/BOOK/stylesheets lfs-chunked.xsl lfs-pdf.xsl lfs.css

matthew at matthew at
Mon May 3 03:33:12 PDT 2004

matthew     04/05/03 04:33:12

  Modified:    BOOK     INSTALL README index.xml
  Added:       BOOK     Makefile general.ent
               BOOK/contrib entResolver
               BOOK/prologue acknowledgments.xml audience.xml bookinfo.xml
                        dedication.xml foreword.xml organization.xml
                        preface.xml prerequisites.xml typography.xml
               BOOK/stylesheets lfs-chunked.xsl lfs-pdf.xsl lfs.css
  Removed:     BOOK     book.xml bookinfo.xml lfs.dsl
  * Merged newxml into HEAD
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.23      +14 -47    LFS/BOOK/INSTALL
  Index: INSTALL
  RCS file: /home/cvsroot/LFS/BOOK/INSTALL,v
  retrieving revision 1.22
  retrieving revision 1.23
  diff -u -r1.22 -r1.23
  --- INSTALL	27 Jan 2004 22:28:13 -0000	1.22
  +++ INSTALL	3 May 2004 10:33:11 -0000	1.23
  @@ -11,62 +11,29 @@
   If all you want to do is convert XML to HTML perform the following:
  -First, let's handle some dependencies:
  -* Unzip
  -  -
  -* SGML Common
  -  -
   * libxml2
  -Now install the following:
  +* libxslt
  +  -
   * DocBook DTD 
  -* DSSSL DocBook Stylesheets 
  -  -
  -* OpenSP 
  -  -
  -* OpenJade 
  -  -
  -Once you have followed the installation instructions for all these packages 
  -from the BLFS Book, then you have a basic DocBook setup.  Below are some 
  -alternate packages that you can use to convert to other formats.
  +* DocBook XSL Stylesheets 
  +  -
  -If you want to be able to convert the book into PS and PDF as well, then you 
  -will need the Htmldoc package. This takes a HTML file (created with openjade 
  -which you already installed) and converts it to PS or PDF:
  -  -
  -  Install HTMLDOC by running:
  -	./configure --prefix=/usr
  -	make
  -	make install
  -An excellent X front-end for HTMLDOC is FLTK.  If you will be doing rendering 
  -in X, then you will probably want this package.
  -  -
  -  Install FLTK bt running:
  -	./configure --prefix=/usr
  -	make
  -	make install
  +If you want to be able to convert the book into PDF as well, then you will need
  +the FOP package.  This takes an XSL-FO file (created with libxslt which you
  +already installed) and converts it to PDF:
  -If you want to be able to convert the book into TXT as well, then you need the 
  -lynx browser.  Conversion is handled via the -dump option.
  +  -
  -  -
  +  Install FOP by running:
  -You are finished installing everything.  Read the README file for some examples 
  -how to convert this XML to the various other formats.
  +  cd /opt &&
  +  tar -xzvf /usr/src/fop-0.20.5-bin.tar.gz &&
  +  mv fop-0.20.5 fop
  +  Now set JAVA_HOME, FOP_HOME and PATH to values appropriate to your system.
  1.16      +9 -39     LFS/BOOK/README
  Index: README
  RCS file: /home/cvsroot/LFS/BOOK/README,v
  retrieving revision 1.15
  retrieving revision 1.16
  diff -u -r1.15 -r1.16
  --- README	13 Sep 2003 06:35:20 -0000	1.15
  +++ README	3 May 2004 10:33:11 -0000	1.16
  @@ -2,49 +2,19 @@
   This document is meant to instruct the user on how to convert the book's XML 
   source to other formats (e.g. HTML, PDF, PS and TXT).  First, if you have not 
  -already done so, please read the INSTALL file how to install the required 
  -software.  If you have already completed the steps outlined in the INSTALL 
  -file, then continue reading for examples how to convert these files into 
  +already done so, please read the INSTALL file for instructions on how to install
  +the required software.  If you have already completed the steps outlined in the
  +INSTALL file, then continue reading for examples how to convert these files into
   various other formats.
  -XML to HTML:
  -Create a directory in which you want to store the HTML files and cd into 
  -that directory. Now run:
  +XML to XHTML:
  -	mkdir -p chapter0{1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9} preface appendix{a,b} &&
  -	/usr/bin/openjade -t xml \
  -		-d /usr/share/dsssl/docbook/html/lfs.dsl \
  -		/usr/share/dsssl/docbook/dtds/decls/xml.dcl \
  -		/path/to/index.xml
  +BASEDIR=/path/to/output/location make
  -The NOCHUNKS HTML version is one big HTML file:
  -	/usr/bin/openjade -t sgml \
  -		-V nochunks \
  -		-d /usr/share/dsssl/docbook/html/lfs.dsl \
  -		/usr/share/dsssl/docbook/dtds/decls/xml.dcl \
  -		/path/to/index.xml > nochunks.html
  -XML to TXT:
  +XML to PDF:
  -First create the NOCHUNKS HTML file, then convert by running:
  -	/usr/bin/lynx -dump nochunks.html > output.txt
  -XML to PS and PDF:
  -First create the NOCHUNKS HTML file, then convert by starting
  -htmldoc. You can use the GUI and select the options. If you're
  -satisfied with the default options you can run this command:
  -	/usr/bin/htmldoc --book --firstpage p1 -v -t <type> \
  -		-f <output> nochunks.html
  -replace <type> by pdf13 to create a pdf file or replace <type> by ps3 to
  -create a ps file. There are other pdf and ps levels, see the man page for
  -possible other options. Replace <output> with the filename of the ps or
  -pdf file that is to be generated.
  +make pdf &&
  +cp lfs.pdf /path/to/output/location
  1.699     +49 -144   LFS/BOOK/index.xml
  Index: index.xml
  RCS file: /home/cvsroot/LFS/BOOK/index.xml,v
  retrieving revision 1.698
  retrieving revision 1.699
  diff -u -r1.698 -r1.699
  --- index.xml	22 Mar 2004 11:15:20 -0000	1.698
  +++ index.xml	3 May 2004 10:33:11 -0000	1.699
  @@ -1,151 +1,56 @@
   <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  -<!DOCTYPE book PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.1.2//EN" 
  -			"/usr/share/docbook/docbookx.dtd" [
  +<!DOCTYPE book PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.3//EN" "" [
  +  <!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "general.ent">
  +  %general-entities;
  -<!ENTITY version "CVS-2004-03-21">
  -<!ENTITY releasedate "March 14th, 2004">
  -<!ENTITY milestone "5.2">
  -<!ENTITY nbsp " ">
  -<!ENTITY lfs-root "">
  -<!ENTITY blfs-root "&lfs-root;blfs/">
  -<!ENTITY faq-root "&lfs-root;faq/">
  -<!ENTITY hints-root "&lfs-root;hints/downloads/files/">
  -<!ENTITY hints-index "&lfs-root;hints/list.html">
  -<!ENTITY patches-root "&lfs-root;patches/lfs/cvs/">
  -<!ENTITY wiki-root "">
  -<!ENTITY http-down "">
  -<!ENTITY tldp-root "">
  -<!ENTITY all-size-version "cvs-2003-10-06">
  -<!ENTITY all-size-mb "134 MB">
  -<!ENTITY buildtime "Approximate build time: ">
  -<!ENTITY diskspace "Required disk space:    ">
  -<!ENTITY book SYSTEM "book.xml">
  -<!ENTITY bookinfo SYSTEM "bookinfo.xml">
  -<!ENTITY % bookstructure SYSTEM "entities/book-structure.xml">
  -<!ENTITY % autoconf-entities SYSTEM "entities/autoconf.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % automake-entities SYSTEM "entities/automake.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % bash-entities SYSTEM "entities/bash.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % binutils-entities SYSTEM "entities/binutils.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % bison-entities SYSTEM "entities/bison.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % bootscripts-entities SYSTEM "entities/bootscripts.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % bzip2-entities SYSTEM "entities/bzip2.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % coreutils-entities SYSTEM "entities/coreutils.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % dejagnu-entities SYSTEM "entities/dejagnu.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % diffutils-entities SYSTEM "entities/diffutils.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % e2fsprogs-entities SYSTEM "entities/e2fsprogs.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % ed-entities SYSTEM "entities/ed.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % expect-entities SYSTEM "entities/expect.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % file-entities SYSTEM "entities/file.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % findutils-entities SYSTEM "entities/findutils.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % flex-entities SYSTEM "entities/flex.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % gawk-entities SYSTEM "entities/gawk.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % gcc-entities SYSTEM "entities/gcc.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % gcc-2953-entities SYSTEM "entities/gcc-2953.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % gettext-entities SYSTEM "entities/gettext.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % glibc-entities SYSTEM "entities/glibc.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % grep-entities SYSTEM "entities/grep.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % groff-entities SYSTEM "entities/groff.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % grub-entities SYSTEM "entities/grub.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % gzip-entities SYSTEM "entities/gzip.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % inetutils-entities SYSTEM "entities/inetutils.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % kbd-entities SYSTEM "entities/kbd.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % kernel-entities SYSTEM "entities/kernel.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % less-entities SYSTEM "entities/less.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % lfs-utils-entities SYSTEM "entities/lfs-utils.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % libtool-entities SYSTEM "entities/libtool.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % m4-entities SYSTEM "entities/m4.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % make-entities SYSTEM "entities/make.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % makedev-entities SYSTEM "entities/makedev.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % man-entities SYSTEM "entities/man.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % manpages-entities SYSTEM "entities/manpages.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % modutils-entities SYSTEM "entities/modutils.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % ncurses-entities SYSTEM "entities/ncurses.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % nettools-entities SYSTEM "entities/nettools.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % patch-entities SYSTEM "entities/patch.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % perl-entities SYSTEM "entities/perl.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % procinfo-entities SYSTEM "entities/procinfo.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % procps-entities SYSTEM "entities/procps.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % psmisc-entities SYSTEM "entities/psmisc.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % sed-entities SYSTEM "entities/sed.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % shadow-entities SYSTEM "entities/shadow.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % sysklogd-entities SYSTEM "entities/sysklogd.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % sysvinit-entities SYSTEM "entities/sysvinit.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % tar-entities SYSTEM "entities/tar.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % tcl-entities SYSTEM "entities/tcl.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % texinfo-entities SYSTEM "entities/texinfo.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % utillinux-entities SYSTEM "entities/utillinux.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % vim-entities SYSTEM "entities/vim.ent">
  -<!ENTITY % zlib-entities SYSTEM "entities/zlib.ent">
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="prologue/bookinfo.xml"/>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="prologue/dedication.xml"/>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="prologue/preface.xml"/>
  +<part id="part1">
  +<?dbhtml filename="part1.html"?>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="chapter01/chapter01.xml"/>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="chapter02/chapter02.xml"/>
  +<part id="part2">
  +<title>Preparing for the build</title>
  +<?dbhtml filename="part2.html"?>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="chapter03/chapter03.xml"/>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="chapter04/chapter04.xml"/>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="chapter05/chapter05.xml"/>
  +<part id="part3">
  +<title>Building the LFS system</title>
  +<?dbhtml filename="part3.html"?>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="chapter06/chapter06.xml"/>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="chapter07/chapter07.xml"/>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="chapter08/chapter08.xml"/>
  +<xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="chapter09/chapter09.xml"/>
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/Makefile
  Index: Makefile
  	xsltproc --xinclude --nonet -stringparam base.dir $(BASEDIR) \
  	  stylesheets/lfs-chunked.xsl index.xml
  	if [ ! -e $(BASEDIR)stylesheets ]; then \
  	  mkdir -p $(BASEDIR)stylesheets; \
  	cp stylesheets/lfs.css $(BASEDIR)stylesheets
  	if [ ! -e $(BASEDIR)images ]; then \
  	  mkdir -p $(BASEDIR)images; \
  	cp /usr/share/xml/docbook/xsl-stylesheets-1.65.1/images/*.png \
  	cd $(BASEDIR); sed -i -e "s at ../stylesheets at stylesheets@" \
  	  index.html part1.html part2.html part3.html longindex.html
  	cd $(BASEDIR); sed -i -e "s at ../images at images@g" \
  	  index.html part1.html part2.html part3.html longindex.html
  	xsltproc --xinclude --nonet --output stylesheets/lfs-pdf.xsl \
  	sed -i -e "s/inherit/all/" lfs.pdf
  	xmllint --noout --nonet --xinclude --postvalid index.xml
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/general.ent
  Index: general.ent
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  <!ENTITY version "CVS-2004-05-02">
  <!ENTITY releasedate "May 2, 2004">
  <!ENTITY milestone "5.1">
  <!ENTITY lfs-root "">
  <!ENTITY blfs-root "&lfs-root;blfs/">
  <!ENTITY faq-root "&lfs-root;faq/">
  <!ENTITY hints-root "&lfs-root;hints/downloads/files/">
  <!ENTITY hints-index "&lfs-root;hints/list.html">
  <!ENTITY patches-root "&lfs-root;patches/lfs/cvs/">
  <!ENTITY wiki-root "">
  <!ENTITY http-down "">
  <!ENTITY freshmeat "">
  <!ENTITY buildtime "Approximate build time: ">
  <!ENTITY diskspace "Required disk space:    ">
  <!ENTITY autoconf-version "2.59">
  <!ENTITY automake-version "1.8.4">
  <!ENTITY bash-version "2.05b">
  <!ENTITY binutils-version "2.14">
  <!ENTITY bison-version "1.875">
  <!ENTITY bootscripts-version "2.0.4">
  <!ENTITY bzip2-version "1.0.2">
  <!ENTITY coreutils-version "5.2.1">
  <!ENTITY dejagnu-version "1.4.4">
  <!ENTITY diffutils-version "2.8.1">
  <!ENTITY e2fsprogs-version "1.35">
  <!ENTITY ed-version "0.2">
  <!ENTITY expect-version "5.41.0">
  <!ENTITY file-version "4.09">
  <!ENTITY findutils-version "4.1.20">
  <!ENTITY flex-version "2.5.4a">
  <!ENTITY gawk-version "3.1.3">
  <!ENTITY gcc-2953-version "2.95.3">
  <!ENTITY gcc-version "3.3.3">
  <!ENTITY gettext-version "0.14.1">
  <!ENTITY glibc-version "2.3.3">
  <!ENTITY grep-version "2.5.1">
  <!ENTITY groff-version "1.19">
  <!ENTITY grub-version "0.94">
  <!ENTITY gzip-version "1.3.5">
  <!ENTITY iana-etc-version "1.00">
  <!ENTITY inetutils-version "1.4.2">
  <!ENTITY kbd-version "1.12">
  <!ENTITY less-version "382">
  <!ENTITY libtool-version "1.5.6">
  <!ENTITY linux-version "2.4.26">
  <!ENTITY m4-version "1.4">
  <!ENTITY makedev-version "1.2">
  <!ENTITY make-version "3.80">
  <!ENTITY man-version "1.5m2">
  <!ENTITY man-pages-version "1.66">
  <!ENTITY mktemp-version "1.5">
  <!ENTITY modutils-version "2.4.27">
  <!ENTITY ncurses-version "5.4">
  <!ENTITY net-tools-version "1.60">
  <!ENTITY patch-version "2.5.4">
  <!ENTITY perl-version "5.8.4">
  <!ENTITY procinfo-version "18">
  <!ENTITY procps-version "3.2.1">
  <!ENTITY psmisc-version "21.4">
  <!ENTITY sed-version "4.0.9">
  <!ENTITY shadow-version "">
  <!ENTITY sysklogd-version "1.4.1">
  <!ENTITY sysvinit-version "2.85">
  <!ENTITY tar-version "1.13.94">
  <!ENTITY tcl-version "8.4.6">
  <!ENTITY texinfo-version "4.7">
  <!ENTITY util-linux-version "2.12a">
  <!ENTITY vim-version "6.2">
  <!ENTITY zlib-version "1.2.1">
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/contrib/entResolver
  Index: entResolver
  #                                                                             #
  # File:        entResolver                                                    #
  #                                                                             #
  # Description: Works around libxml2 bug 135713 by preprocessing entity        #
  #              references before performing any stylesheet processing.        #
  #                                                                             #
  # Author:      Manuel Canales Esparcia                                        #
  #                                                                             #
  NAME=`basename "$0"`
  if [ -z "$1" ]; then
          echo "USAGE: $NAME destdir"
  mkdir -p ../"$DESTDIR"/chapter0{1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}
  mkdir -p ../"$DESTDIR"/prologue
  mkdir -p ../"$DESTDIR"/appendix{a,b}
  for i in `find . -name "*.xml"`; do
          xmllint --nonet --noent "${i}" > ../"$DESTDIR"/"${i}";
  cp -a stylesheets ../"$DESTDIR"
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/prologue/acknowledgments.xml
  Index: acknowledgments.xml
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  <!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.3//EN" "" [
    <!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../general.ent">
  <sect1 id="ch-scatter-acknowledgments">
  <?dbhtml filename="acknowledgements.html"?>
  <para>We would like to thank the following people and organizations for their
  contributions to the Linux From Scratch Project.</para>
  <title>Current Project Team Members</title>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:gerard at">Gerard
  Beekmans</ulink> <gerard at> -- Linux-From-Scratch
  initiator, LFS Project organizer.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:matthew at">Matthew
  Burgess</ulink> <matthew at> -- LFS General Package
  maintainer, LFS Book editor.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:meerkats at">Craig
  Colton</ulink> <meerkats at> -- LFS, ALFS, BLFS and Hints
  Project logo creator.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:jeroen at">Jeroen
  Coumans</ulink> <jeroen at> -- Website developer, FAQ
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:bdubbs at">Bruce
  Dubbs</ulink> <bdubbs at> -- LFS Quality Assurance Team
  leader, BLFS Book editor.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:alex at">Alex
  Groenewoud</ulink> <alex at> -- LFS Book
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:markh at">Mark
  Hymers</ulink> <markh at> -- CVS maintainer, BLFS Book
  creator, former LFS Book editor.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:iwanek at">James
  Iwanek</ulink> <iwanek at> -- System Administration
  Team member.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:nicholas at">Nicholas
  Leippe</ulink> <nicholas at> -- Wiki
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:lizardo at">Anderson
  Lizardo</ulink> <lizardo at> -- Website backend scripts
  creator and maintainer.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:bill at">Bill
  Maltby</ulink> <bill at> -- LFS Project
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:scot at">Scot Mc
  Pherson</ulink> <scot at> -- LFS NNTP gateway
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:ryan at">Ryan
  Oliver</ulink> <ryan at> -- Testing Team leader,
  Toolchain maintainer, co-creator of PLFS.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:jwrober at">James
  Robertson</ulink> <jwrober at> -- Bugzilla maintainer,
  Wiki developer, LFS Book editor.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:greg at">Greg
  Schafer</ulink> <greg at> -- Toolchain maintainer,
  LFS Book editor, co-creator of PLFS.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:tushar at">Tushar
  Teredesai</ulink> <tushar at> -- BLFS Book editor,
  Hints and Patches Projects maintainer.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:jeremy at">Jeremy
  Utley</ulink> <jeremy at> -- LFS Book editor, Bugzilla
  <listitem><para>Countless other people on the various LFS and BLFS
  mailing lists who are making this book happen by giving their suggestions,
  testing the book and submitting bug reports, instructions and their
  experiences with installing various packages.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:macana at">Manuel Canales
  Esparcia</ulink> <macana at> -- Spanish LFS translation
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:johan at">Johan
  Lenglet</ulink> <johan at> -- French LFS translation
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:lizardo at">Anderson
  Lizardo</ulink> <lizardo at> -- Portuguese LFS
  translation project.</para></listitem>
  <title>Mirror Maintainers</title>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:jason at">Jason Andrade</ulink>
  <jason at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:lost at">William Astle</ulink>
  <lost at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:baque at">Baque</ulink>
  <baque at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:stevie at">Stephan Brendel</ulink>
  <stevie at> --
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:ian at">Ian Chilton</ulink>
  <ian at> --,
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:fredan-lfs at">Fredrik
  Danerklint</ulink> <fredan-lfs at> --
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:pgpkeys at">David D.W.
  Downey</ulink> <pgpkeys at> --
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:ebf at">Eduardo B.
  Fonseca</ulink> <ebf at> --
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:hrx at">Hagen Herrschaft</ulink>
  <hrx at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:tim at">Tim Jackson</ulink>
  <tim at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:barna at">Barna Koczka</ulink>
  <barna at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:lfs-mirror at">Roel 
  Neefs</ulink> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:sime at">Simon Nicoll</ulink>
  <sime at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:ervin at">Ervin S.
  Odisho</ulink> <ervin at> --
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:guido at">Guido Passet</ulink>
  <guido at> --
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:miha at">Mikhail Pastukhov</ulink>
  <miha at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:jpolen at">Jeremy Polen</ulink>
  <jpolen at> --
  <listitem><para><ulink url="">UK Mirror Service</ulink> 
  -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:thomas at">Thomas Skyt</ulink>
  <thomas at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:Antonin.Sprinzl at">Antonin
  Sprinzl</ulink> <Antonin.Sprinzl at> --
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:dag at">Dag Stenstad</ulink> 
  <dag at> for providing and 
  <ulink url="mailto:ian at">Ian Chilton</ulink> for running 
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:archive at">Parisian
  sysadmins</ulink> <archive at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:highos at">Jesse
  Tie-Ten-Quee</ulink> <highos at> for providing and
  running the server.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:velin at">Alexander Velin</ulink>
  <velin at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:Martin.Voss at">Martin Voss</ulink>
  <Martin.Voss at> -- mirror.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:pyng at">Pui Yong</ulink>
  <pyng at> --
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:dean at">Dean Benson</ulink>
  <dean at> for several monetary
  <listitem><para><ulink url="">DREAMWVR.COM</ulink> for 
  their past sponsorship of donating various resources to the LFS and related 
  sub projects.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:hrx at">Hagen Herrschaft</ulink>
  <hrx at> for donating a 2.2 GHz P4 system, now running under the
  name of <emphasis>lorien</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="">O'Reilly</ulink> for 
  donating books on SQL and PHP.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="">VA Software</ulink> 
  who, on behalf of <ulink url=""></ulink>, donated 
  a VA Linux 420 (former StartX SP2) workstation.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:strider at">Mark Stone</ulink> for 
  donating <emphasis>shadowfax</emphasis>, the first
  server, a 750 MHz P3 with 512 MB RAM and two 9 GB SCSI drives. When the server
  moved it was renamed to <emphasis>belgarath</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:highos at">Jesse
  Tie-Ten-Quee</ulink> <highos at> for donating a Yamaha
  CDRW 8824E CD-writer.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para>Countless other people on the various LFS mailing lists who are
  making this book better by giving their suggestions, submitting bug reports,
  and throwing in their criticism.</para></listitem>
  <title>Former Team Members and Contributors</title>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:timothy at">Timothy
  Bauscher</ulink> <timothy at> -- LFS Book editor, Hints
  Project maintainer.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para>Robert Briggs for originally donating the
  <emphasis></emphasis> and
  <emphasis></emphasis> domain names.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:ian at">Ian Chilton</ulink>
  <ian at> for maintaining the Hints project.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:gimli at">Marc
  Heerdink</ulink> <gimli at> -- LFS Book
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:sklein at">Seth W.
  Klein</ulink> <sklein at> -- LFS FAQ
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:garrett at">Garrett
  LeSage</ulink> <garrett at> -- Original LFS banner
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:nomis80 at">Simon
  Perreault</ulink> <nomis80 at> -- Hints Project
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:Geert.Poels at">Geert Poels</ulink>
  <Geert.Poels at> -- Original BLFS banner creator; based on the
  LFS banner by Garrett LeSage.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:bkenoah at">Frank Skettino</ulink>
  <bkenoah at> for the initial design of the old website -- have a
  look at <ulink url=""/>.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para><ulink url="mailto:highos at">Jesse
  Tie-Ten-Quee</ulink> <highos at> for answering
  countless questions on IRC and having a great deal of patience.</para></listitem>
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/prologue/audience.xml
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  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  <!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.3//EN" "" [
    <!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../general.ent">
  <sect1 id="pre-audience">
  <?dbhtml filename="audience.html"?>
  <title>Who would want to read this book</title>
  <para>There are many reasons why somebody would want to read this book. The 
  principal reason being to install a Linux system straight from the source 
  code. A question many people raise is <quote>Why go through all the hassle of 
  manually building a Linux system from scratch when you can just download and 
  install an existing one?</quote>. That is a good question and is the impetus for
  this section of the book.</para>
  <para>One important reason for LFS's existence is to help people learn how a 
  Linux system works from the inside out. Building an LFS system helps demonstrate
  to you what makes Linux tick, how things work together and depend on each 
  other. One of the best things that this learning experience provides is the 
  ability to customize Linux to your own tastes and needs.</para>
  <para>A key benefit of LFS is that you have more control of your system
  without relying on someone else's Linux implementation. With LFS, you are
  in the driver's seat and dictate every aspect of your system, such as the
  directory layout and bootscript setup. You also dictate where, why and how
  programs are installed.</para>
  <para>Another benefit of LFS is the ability to create a very compact Linux 
  system. When installing a regular distribution, you are usually forced to 
  install several programs which you are likely never to use. They're just 
  sitting there wasting precious disk space (or worse, CPU cycles). It isn't 
  difficult to build an LFS system of less than 100 MB. Does that still sound like a
  lot? A few of us have been working on creating a very small embedded LFS 
  system. We successfully built a system that was just enough to run the Apache 
  web server with approximately 8MB of disk space used. Further stripping could 
  bring that down to 5 MB or less. Try that with a regular distribution.</para>
  <para>We could compare Linux distributions to a hamburger you buy at a
  fast-food restaurant -- you have no idea what you are eating. LFS, on the
  other hand, doesn't give you a hamburger, but the recipe to make a hamburger. 
  This allows you to review it, to omit unwanted ingredients, and to
  add your own ingredients which enhance the flavor of your burger. When you
  are satisfied with the recipe, you go on to preparing it. You make it just
  the way you like it: broil it, bake it, deep-fry it, barbecue it, or eat it
  tar-tar (raw).</para>
  <para>Another analogy that we can use is that of comparing LFS with a 
  finished house. LFS will give you the skeletal plan of a house, but it's up 
  to you to build it. You have the freedom to adjust your plans as you
  <para>One last advantage of a custom built Linux system is security.
  By compiling the entire system from source code, you are empowered to audit
  everything and apply all the security patches you feel are needed. You don't 
  have to wait for somebody else to compile binary packages that fix a security
  hole. Unless you examine the patch and implement it yourself you have no
  guarantee that the new binary package was built correctly and actually fixes the
  problem (adequately).</para>
  <para>There are too many good reasons to build your own LFS system for them all 
  to be listed here. This section is only the tip of the iceberg.  As you 
  continue in your LFS experience, you will find on your own the power that 
  information and knowledge truly bring.</para>
  <title>Who would not want to read this book</title>
  <para>There are probably some who, for whatever reason, would feel that they do not 
  want to read this book. If you do not wish to build your own Linux system from 
  scratch, then you probably don't want to read this book. Our goal is to help 
  you build a complete and usable foundation-level system. If you only want to 
  know what happens while your computer boots, then we recommend the <quote>From 
  Power Up To Bash Prompt</quote> HOWTO. The HOWTO builds a bare system which is 
  similar to that of this book, but it focuses strictly on creating a system 
  capable of booting to a BASH prompt.</para>
  <para>While you decide which to read, consider your objective. If you wish
  to build a Linux system while learning a bit along the way, then this book
  is probably your best choice. If your objective is strictly educational and
  you do not have any plans for your finished system, then the
  <quote>From Power Up To Bash Prompt</quote> HOWTO is probably a better choice.</para>
  <para>The <quote>From Power Up To Bash Prompt</quote> HOWTO is located at 
  <ulink url=""/> or on The Linux 
  Documentation Project's website at
  <ulink url=""/>.</para>
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/prologue/bookinfo.xml
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  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  <!DOCTYPE bookinfo PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.3//EN" "" [
    <!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../general.ent">
  <title>Linux From Scratch</title>
  <subtitle>Version &version;</subtitle>
  <copyright id="copyright">
  	<holder>Gerard Beekmans</holder>
  <para>This book describes the process of creating a Linux system from
  scratch, using nothing but the sources of the required software.</para>
  <para>Copyright (c) 1999-2004, Gerard Beekmans</para>
  <para>All rights reserved.</para>
  <para>Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
  modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
  <listitem><para>Redistributions in any form must retain the above copyright 
  notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para>Neither the name of <quote>Linux From Scratch</quote> nor the
  names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived
  from  this material without specific prior written permission.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para>Any material derived from Linux From Scratch must contain 
  a reference to the <quote>Linux From Scratch</quote> project.</para></listitem>
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/prologue/dedication.xml
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  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  <!DOCTYPE dedication PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.3//EN" "" [
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  <para>This book is dedicated to my loving and supportive wife
  <emphasis>Beverly Beekmans</emphasis>.</para>
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/prologue/foreword.xml
  Index: foreword.xml
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  <!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.3//EN" "" [
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  <sect1 id="pf-foreword">
  <?dbhtml filename="foreword.html"?>
  <para>Having used a number of different Linux distributions, I was never
  fully satisfied with any of them. I didn't like the arrangement of
  the bootscripts. I didn't like the way certain programs were configured by
  default. Much more of that sort of thing bothered me. Finally I realized
  that if I wanted full satisfaction from my Linux system I would have to
  build my own system from scratch, using only the source code. I resolved
  not to use pre-compiled packages of any kind, nor CD-ROM or boot disk that
  would install some basic utilities. I would use my current Linux system to
  develop my own.</para>
  <para>This wild idea seemed very difficult at the time and often seemed
  an impossible task. After sorting out all kinds of problems, such as
  dependencies and compile-time errors, a custom-built Linux system was
  created that was fully operational. I called this system a Linux From Scratch
  system, or LFS for short.</para>
  <para>I hope you will have a great time working on your own LFS!</para>
  Gerard Beekmans
  gerard at
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/prologue/organization.xml
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  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  <!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.3//EN" "" [
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  <?dbhtml filename="organization.html"?>
  <para>This book is divided into the following four parts:</para>
  <title>Part I - Introduction</title>
  <para>Part I explains a few important things on how to proceed with the
  installation, and gives meta-information about the book (version, changelog,
  acknowledgments, associated mailing lists, and so on).</para>
  <title>Part II - Preparing for the build</title>
  <para>Part II describes how to prepare for the building process: making a
  partition, downloading the packages, and compiling temporary tools.</para>
  <title>Part III - Building the LFS system</title>
  <para>Part III guides you through the building of the LFS system: compiling and
  installing all the packages one by one, setting up the boot scripts, and
  installing the kernel. The resulting basic Linux system is the foundation upon
  which you can build other software, to extend your system in the way you like.
  At the end of the book you'll find a list of all of the programs, libraries and
  important files that have been installed as an easy to use reference.</para>
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/prologue/preface.xml
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  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  <!DOCTYPE preface PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.3//EN" "" [
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  <?dbhtml dir="prologue"?>
  <?dbhtml filename="preface.html"?>
  <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="foreword.xml"/>
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  <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="organization.xml"/>
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/prologue/prerequisites.xml
  Index: prerequisites.xml
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  <!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.3//EN" "" [
    <!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../general.ent">
  <sect1 id="pf-prerequisites">
  <?dbhtml filename="prerequisites.html"?>
  <para>This book assumes that its reader has a good deal of knowledge about
  using and installing Linux software. Before you begin building your LFS
  system, you should read the following HOWTOs:</para>
  <para>This is a comprehensive guide to building and installing
  <quote>generic</quote> Unix software distributions under Linux. This HOWTO is
  available at <ulink
  <listitem><para>The Linux Users' Guide</para>
  <para>This guide covers the usage of assorted Linux software and is
  available at
  <ulink url=""/>.</para></listitem>
  <listitem><para>The Essential Pre-Reading Hint</para>
  <para>This is an LFS Hint written specifically for new users of Linux. It is
  mostly a list of links to excellent sources of information on a wide range of
  topics. Any person attempting to install LFS, should at least have an
  understanding of many of the topics in this hint. It is available at
  <ulink url="&hints-root;essential_prereading.txt"/></para></listitem>
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/prologue/typography.xml
  Index: typography.xml
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
  <!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.3//EN" "" [
    <!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../general.ent">
  <sect1 id="pre-typography">
  <?dbhtml filename="typography.html"?>
  <para>To make things easier to follow, there are a few typographical
  conventions used throughout the book. Following are some examples:</para>
  <screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr</userinput></screen>
  <blockquote><para>This form of text is designed to be typed exactly 
  as seen unless otherwise noted in the surrounding text. It is also used 
  in the explanation sections to identify which of the commands is being 
  <para><filename>install-info: unknown option 
  <blockquote><para>This form of text (fixed width text) is showing screen 
  output, probably as the result of commands issued, and is also used to 
  show filenames, such as <filename>/etc/</filename>.</para></blockquote>
  <blockquote><para>This form of text is used for several purposes in the 
  book, mainly to emphasize important points, and to give examples of
  what to type.</para></blockquote>
  <para><ulink url="&lfs-root;"/></para>
  <blockquote><para>This form of text is used for hyperlinks, both within the 
  book and to external pages such as HOWTOs, download locations and
  <screen><userinput>cat > $LFS/etc/group << "EOF"</userinput>
  <blockquote><para>This type of section is used mainly when creating 
  configuration files. The first command tells the system to create 
  the file $LFS/etc/group from whatever is typed on the following lines until 
  the sequence EOF is encountered. Therefore, this whole section is generally 
  typed as seen.</para></blockquote>
  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/stylesheets/lfs-chunked.xsl
  Index: lfs-chunked.xsl
  <?xml version='1.0'?>
  <xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl=""
    <!-- We use XHTML -->
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    <xsl:param name="chunker.output.encoding" select="'ISO-8859-1'"/>
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  1.1                  LFS/BOOK/stylesheets/lfs-pdf.xsl
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