Compiling LFS from another UNIX

Gaelan D'costa gaelanthewizard at rogers.com
Sat Jul 20 00:22:09 PDT 2002


  No, I unfortunately lost my Hard Drive when I decided to play with Solaris
8, and it ruined my partition table.

  Besides, think of the adventure...

"Rob 'Feztaa' Park" <feztaa at shaw.ca> wrote in message
news:20020720053621.GC1147 at shaw.ca...
> Alas! Gaelan D'costa spake thus:
> > I just threw away my Windows Partition, and decided yet another LFS
would be
> > a fun way to spend a week's worth of evenings.
> >
> > Perhaps I'm just being lazy (I had DemoLinux somewhere, but can't find
it)
> > but I really don't want to install Linux just to make my own. Since I'm
> > installing NetBSD on one half of my hard-drive anyway, I was thinking
about
> > just build a cross-compiler and using that instead.
>
> Ok. From what I understand, you are running LFS currently, and you want
> to do another one. Right?
>
> If so, why do you need to install another linux? You're already using
> linux! Now stop being silly, and go compile LFS! :P
>
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