[lfs-dev] Raspberry Pi

Aleksandar Kuktin akuktin at gmail.com
Fri May 31 16:33:32 PDT 2013

>On Sat, 01 Jun 2013 00:39:25 +0200
>"Armin K." <krejzi at email.com> wrote:
> On 06/01/2013 12:27 AM, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> >
> > [snip]
> >
> > Is there any interest in LFS for the Pi?
> >
> >     -- Bruce
> >

Yes, absolutely. However, think as much as I can, I can not think of
anything to DO with the Pi. And, in general, I don't buy things if I
can't think of at least one thing to do with them before I buy them.

I mean, I *could* browse the Web with it, or write programs with it,
or play games on it, or play games with it, but I can do all those
things with my current computer. And I ain't letting go of it before it
dies a glorious number-crunching death. Maybe I can make it as a
permanently-online computer, sort of like a personal persisten emissary
to the Internet, but that would require an inbound link.

See, that just might work. If I can convince the rest of the household
to permanently open port 80 (or whatever) on the router, maybe I *can*
make a persistance-server. But I will then somehow have to solve the
dynamic-IP problem.

Anyway, I'm too busy right now fighting with the secret and sacred
knowledge of circutry to spent a lot of time with the Pi. Maybe in

>  From what I've heard - it's an ARM board. LFS only supports
> x86/x86_64 and it doesn't support cross-compiling.

CLFS does support cross-compiling (obviously :) ).

You don't need an AI for a robot uprising.
Humans will do just fine.

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