dj at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue May 31 16:28:42 PDT 2011
On 05/31/2011 10:21 AM, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Thanks for the input. Personally, I like php for scripting, but that
> isn't appropriate for LFS.
> Perhaps we are overthinking here. The trouble I had was using
> install_initd in the lfs-bootscripts Makefile. If we just get that
> fixed and put Dan's initd-tools in BLFS, it would work out. After all,
> we don't make LFS completely LSB compatible (e.g. no package manager),
> so postponing initd-tools seems reasonable.
Yeah, I had thought about PHP, and I know you are good at that. I
suppose waiting until BLFS would work, then it could be up the user to
select which tool set is best for them. I don't exactly like that idea
personally, but it should provide a working compromise. Gimme a day to
figure out how to handle the Makefile and we'll see if it is a plausible
solution or not--install_initd should be used if available (think
upgrades) with a fallback to a predefined order if not, for new installs.
-- DJ Lucas
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