Archaic archaic at
Sun Oct 30 10:23:24 PST 2005

On Sun, Oct 30, 2005 at 10:19:16AM -0800, Dan Nicholson wrote:
> Obviously, I'm not a dev, but I really think that all the books should
> use  It certainly simplifies the building process
> immensely.  I have a /etc/ and a /etc/
> (you can imagine how that one helps if you've installed packages like
> this

One thing that sounds interesting is to not use it in LFS, but use it in
BLFS. That way people learn both methods. If that is not feasible for
BLFS, then I don't think it should be in just the LFS book as removes
the need to do things manually. Repetition is good for learning while
building LFS.


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