manuel at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Nov 14 11:12:51 PST 2005
El Lunes, 14 de Noviembre de 2005 18:44, Jeremy Huntwork escribió:
> Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> > 3. The Makefile will fail early if the lfs user or group has already
> > been created.
I think that we could add a test to see if the lfs user, group and home dir
are already present.
> > Some users (like me) would not like the clean-chapter4
> > target removing the lfs user. I note that it does not remove the lfs
> > group.
Maybe adding a "clean-chapter04-keep-lfs-user" target?
Plus, in that case we should to add another test in 022-settingenvironment to
see if there is a previous .bashrc file and made a backup before creating the
And then restore that backup when running clean-chapter04-keep-lfs-user.
> Also, I think that 'userdel lfs' will get rid of the lfs group as well,
> so long as no one else has been added to that group.
> > 4. The clean-chapter4 target will remove the lost+found directory if
> > /mnt/lfs is a separate partition as recommended by the book.
Maybe you meant /home/lfs?
There is no "rm -rf /mnt/lfs" on the clean-* targets.
> > Overall, the jhalfs system looks quite nice. I especially like the
> > ability to "discover" what it does fairly easily. I can't say the same
> > thing about a C program. I also like the fact that does not require a
> > "profile".
Many thanks :-)
I'm very happy to see book's editors playing with jhalfs.
Manuel Canales Esparcia
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