some things to do...
jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Dec 2 06:51:46 PST 2004
Gerard Beekmans wrote:
>On Thu, 2004-12-02 at 07:09, Daniel Baumann wrote:
>>it is stupid in from my pov to copy the packages from $somewhere to the
>>lfs-partition, which uses additional space on it.
>I personally consider it a requirement that the packages be available on
>the end result system. Especially if the host system and the system
>you're building are not the same (ie: when using a bootcd to build
>from). If you ever need to rebuild something and you fid youself without
>network access, it'd be nice to have the tarballs local on the system.
Yep, and I would say, from a *default* perspective, that is what we
should hold to. I have nothing against keep the mount --bind option in
the profiles, but I don't feel it should be default.
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