Planning for Cross-LFS/Multi-Architecture 7.x Release
bdubbs at swbell.net
Mon Apr 18 15:46:00 PDT 2005
Jim Gifford wrote:
> We will no longer be doing a chroot, since we are going to be booting
> into a working Linux with enough tools to build what we need, this could
> be a plus for those who want a more minimal system and an easy way to
> get rid of the tools directory.
I have a major problem with this approach being the only one in the
book. We are no longer able to build a system remotely. When we
brought up anduin, we had (and still have) no physical access to the
system. Under the methodology you are proposing, this will no longer be
I don't have a problem with putting this technology into the book, but
removing substantial functionality is a mistake.
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