Future of LFS - scripts and licenses
bryan at kadzban.is-a-geek.net
Thu May 22 04:13:53 PDT 2008
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Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Gerard Beekmans wrote:
>> I think the consensus we're trying to reach is what to do with the
>> bootscripts if we do add them back to an Appendix as Bruce
>> suggested. Do we still install the bootscripts the current way or
>> does the appendix become a *replacement* for the bootscript package
>> installation in chapter 7.
> I do think we should add the udev scripts also.
Agreed. Although with -122, it's down to only two scripts (55-lfs and
61-cdrom), since the only rule in the 81-firmware.rules file has been
added to udev's 50-udev-default.rules file upstream.
>> I think it should be an addition, not a replacement.
> Yes. That was my intention.
Strongly agree here as well: I *don't* want to force people to copy the
contents of the scripts (or udev rules files). :-)
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