Automatics LFS builds using jhalfs.

Joshua Murphy poisonbl at
Tue Oct 4 22:31:25 PDT 2005

well, i just started it (after grabbing the newest script as of 0100
EDT), it's grabbing the packages now, i'll let you guys know how it
goes tomorrow (between classes probably) ...

On 10/4/05, Jeremy Huntwork <jmhuntwork at> wrote:
> Dan Nicholson wrote:
> > Right.  I guess I just wanted to point out the opportunity that by
> > invoking exec su -c, you can switch to root and replace the existing
> > process.  However, I didn't mean to imply that you must run a script
> > as the argument for the env statement.  I was thinking that part of an
> > existing make target would be the chroot env command as shown in this
> > statement:
> >
> > exec su -c "chroot /mnt/lfs /tools/bin/env -i \
> >  ${VARIABLES} make -C /tools/src chroot"
> I prefer this method, and this is what we already use in the LiveCD
> Makefiles (minus the su -c). We have specifc targets that are made after
> chroot, so chroot is done once, all the packages needed built in that
> process, and chroot exited.
> Unfortunately, it's a little more work to set that up in the Makefile
> jhalfs is creating via a for loop. Perhaps after some time...
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