[lfs-support] Stuck at 2,7 mounting the new partition
themanintherain at gmail.com
Tue Dec 20 01:02:27 PST 2016
En 20 de diciembre de 2016 1:32:55 a. m. Ken Moffat
<zarniwhoop at ntlworld.com> escribió:
> On Mon, Dec 19, 2016 at 02:54:02PM -0800, Paul Rogers wrote:
>> No, that is right. I don't mean to be rude or insensitive--I still
>> remember being a relative newbie to *nix looking up at "mountain" I
>> wanted to climb. The thing is, doing a Linux/GNU system from scratch
>> isn't a job for newbies. I played around with a RHL-6.1 Publisher's
>> Edition for a year "to get myself in shape for the climb." There is a
>> certain level of experience to be expected--after all, we're playing
>> down in the guts of the system! "Stuff happens!" It's not unreasonable
>> for the book to expect the "user" to know mount, and others, are
>> priveleged commands. sudo isn't required! IMO, if one expects to
>> install LFS, one should be able to use the root account, and do so
>> safely. I've never installed sudo on any of my systems.
> That prompts me to have another go at something I was going to say
> yesterday (I decided not to because the overall tone of my post
> seemed too negative, and at that time nobody else had replied).
> Our build method basically pre-dates the mass-market offering of
> distros without a root account (to me, ubuntu started that) -
> nothing wrong with doing that, but it *does* make things harder for
> people who use the system to bootstrap a new system. And I agree
> that having the root account makes it easy to trash a system - good
> backups (and the ability to restore from them if the installed
> systems can no longer do that, e.g. with some Live CDs) definitely
> Oh, and I do use sudo on desktops (with xbindkeys, to allow me to
> suspend to RAM from the keyboard). But we all have different
> `I shall take my mountains', said Lu-Tze. `The climate will be good
> for them.' -- Small Gods
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Yes I am using Ubuntu like millions of people. I can't believe I am the
very first one who have wondered about it while reading LFS.
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