LFS Roadmap (Was: Re: As promised: LFS compilation summary)

Jeremy Huntwork jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu May 8 18:52:22 PDT 2008

Dennis Clarke wrote:
> you know .. I really like the atmosphere in the LFS project.
> Such a nice bunch of people.

Oh, we've had our moments. You don't even have to go very far back in 
the archives to read some. :(

But I think, on the whole, we all prefer a nicer, friendlier atmosphere, 
and we do try to keep it there.

> I'll be getting to it shortly .. like this week or so. Real Soon Now (tm)
> Looks like I'm still kinda partial to GRUB2 if you see value in that.

I think that the prevailing attitude here is rather anti GRUB2. Mostly 
because development on it seems to focus on items perceived as useless 
and bloat for a boot loader.

That being said, it does have the advantage of being a boot loader that 
could boot all 3 archs, x86, x86_64 and PowerPC. What I had in mind for 
our boot loader section was to list a number of boot loaders (maybe for 
now grub-legacy, lilo, grub2 & yaboot) and list the architectures which 
could make use of them.


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